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An Efficient Method to Facilitate Communication between Deaf and Blind People

Author(s):

Anusuya Devi.P , ponnaiya Ramajayam college of engineering and technology; Maheshwaran.S, ponnaiya Ramajayam college of engineering and technology

Keywords:

Sign Language Synthesis, ANN, Speech Synthesis, Feature Selection, Feature Extraction

Abstract

In this project, the problem of the communication between DEAF and BLIND people is a special case of particular interest, where the aforementioned aids cannot be applied because these users don’t share any common communication channel. A proposed scheme included algorithms for speech recognition and synthesis to aid communication between visually and hearing-impaired people. Our proposed framework consists of a situated communication environment designed to foster an immersive experience for the visually and hearing impaired. This project proposes an accelerometer-based gesture recognition algorithm. We proposed a new technique called artificial speaking mouth for dumb people. It will be very helpful to them for conveying their thoughts to others. Some peoples are easily able to get the information from their motions. The remaining is not able to understand their way of conveying the message. In order to overcome the complexity the artificial mouth is introduced for the dumb peoples. This system is based on the motion sensor. According to dumb people, for every motion they have a meaning. That message is kept in a database. Likewise all templates are kept in the database. In the real time the template database is fed into a microcontroller and the motion sensor is fixed in their hand. For every action the motion sensors get accelerated and give the signal to the microcontroller. The microcontroller matches the motion with the database and produces the speech signal. The output of the system is using the speaker.

Other Details

Paper ID: IJSRDV6I40126
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 4
Publication Date: 01/07/2018
Page(s): 379-383

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