Fabric Sensor for Sign Language Console

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The last decade has seen a sea change in the integration of textile and electronics in our lives. Coming age of generations who are having more acceptances of new modes of communication and information sharing is instantaneous. This is not same case with disables people like mute and dume for them communicate with normal people is difficult task. The project is taken to give some help to society by finding out some useful device like Sign Language Console, which would be able to detect the sign. The main objective of this work to make the entire console wireless, so that the user can use this console even when he/she stood at a considerable distance from the main unit on which there was the display and use more durable sensors to increase reliability of the console.

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This article was originally presented at the ICTN 2010 organized by IIT New Delhi. The authors of this article Dr. Hireni Mankodi & Sorum Kotia is Associate Professor in Faculty of Technology and Engineering, The M.S. University of Baroda, India.