Face Recognition and Obstacle Distance Measuring System for Visually Impaired
People who are visually impaired deal with numerous difficulties every day. They always require assistance. Independence from carers is increased through mobility. For persons who are blind or visually challenged, face recognition technology built into smart glasses may be a useful tool for recognizing people they contact with. Identification might be difficult when family members are mute. Blind persons can recognize their own family members rapidly, thanks to facial recognition technology. Using this method, the blind guy can hear the names of his neighbours and family members. With the use of worn eyeglasses fitted with an ultrasonic sensor, the blind can safely travel around various sites on their own, avoiding any potential risks they could run into, both fixed and mobile, and preventing any potential accidents. This system has an ultrasonic sensor that calculates the separation between two objects. The distance between the sensor and the item is determined by keeping track of how long it takes for the sound wave to produce and return after striking the impediment. The suggested smart glass solution is practical, light, very affordable, and very effective.
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