Voice Assisted Smart Vision Stick for Visually Impaired

  • J. Poornima, J.Vishnupriyan, G. Keerthi Vijayadhasan, M. Ettappan

Abstract

This paper focus on smart waking aid to help visually challenged people and it to identify the obstacles in order to provide assistance to reach their destination. The use of multiple walking aid for scribes which supports to move around indoor and outdoor locations even they are travel in public transport but none of them provide run-time voice assisting device. In this paper, a smart Electronic Traveling Aid (ETA) is proposed. An ultrasonic sensor is utilized to echo sound waves and detect objects. It can detect an obstacle within a 5 to 35 cm range of distance. The proposed system provides complete guidance and protection to scribes under various circumstances. Playback voice module which has 8 channels with eight different voices can be feed into the module, all the audio can be recorded up to 60 seconds..

Published
2020-04-18
How to Cite
J. Poornima, J.Vishnupriyan, G. Keerthi Vijayadhasan, M. Ettappan. (2020). Voice Assisted Smart Vision Stick for Visually Impaired. International Journal of Control and Automation, 13(02), 512 - 519. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJCA/article/view/10180
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