Special Issue Article
Adaptable Handy Clench for Destitute of Vision using GSM
|N Hemalatha1, S Dhivya2 , M Sobana2 , R Viveka2 , M Vishalini2
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For those with no or limited sense of sight, navigating through the world can be a challenge. The visually impaired must rely on senses other than sight such as hearing and touch to guide them. The walking cane has been the traditional navigational tool for the bind, but it offers only a limited sense of the environment that is focused mainly on protecting the legs and feet. Our model aims at providing short texting while navigation for the destitute using GSM along with the detection of human, obstruction and fire on the way. This has the advantage of having as many degrees of freedom as the hand and requires fewer actuators and sensors compared to a head-mounted display.