Finger Reader: a Wearable Technology for Visually Impaired

T Suganya, S Thennammai, K Kokilam
2014 International Journal of Education & Applied Sciences Research   unpublished
This paper presents a project coming out of MIT that makes use of a small camera inside slightly oversized ring housing. It satisfy its output to software that can identify the words, and then speak them loud to the user in real time. Blind or otherwise visually disabled people can now read books without reading to learn Braille, to learn a new language, we require each day practice. Small, vibrating motors insisted in the ring whir to life to notify the user if his or her finger should stay
more » ... nger should stay too far away from the target text and when they reach the end of a line of text. Such authorizing functionality in such a portable form factor is sure to have a variety of applications apart from our standard leisure reading.
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