The Handy Guide To Sign Language
The project consists of a glove which makes use of an Arduino Nano to allow users to learn Irish Sign Language (ISL) from home using a computer. The device works by displaying videos on a computer to the user, who will then mimic the gesture shown on the screen. Using flex sensors and an accelerometer, the glove will read the hand position, interpret that data using the Arduino Nano and then send the information to the computer via USB. If the user correctly imitates the gesture, the program indicates that they have performed the letter correctly. If not, they will be encouraged to try again.
Colaiste Chiarain, Sixth Years
D33 (pav. 9) -
"Colaiste Chiarain" - Limerick (Irlanda)