Electronic Speaking System for Speech-Impaired People UsingRaspberry Pi Pico

Authors : Rukhsar Shaik; Nadakuditi Harshitha; Gayathri Vasamsetti; Velagapudi Bala Krishna; Goru Hema Kumar

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 2 - February

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7696133

Around 2.78% of people in our nation have trouble speaking clearly. It is challenging for these folks to interact with others. When engaging with others, they feel as though there is a communication gap, which prevents them from openly expressing their emotions and sentiments. The suggested solution is to create a hand-assistive system for physically handicapped people. The goal of this initiative is to address the different issues that physically disabled persons confront. The major goal of this research is to lessen the communication gap between people who are physically disabled and people who aren't. The components of this gadget include gloves, sensors, a Raspberry Pi Pico, a speech module, and a 16x16 LCD screen. Essentially, the voice module will translate the movements into speech in real-time. Gloves, sensors, a Raspberry Pi Pico, a speech module, and a 16x16 LCD make up this gadget. The movements will essentially be translated into real-time speech produced by the voice module, and the display will output text for each corresponding gesture. Therefore, this device offers both deaf and dumb and sighted persons an effective means of communication.

Keywords : Raspberry Pi Pico, HC-05 Bluetooth Module, Voice Modulator, Python.


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