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Design and Implementation of Finger Language Translation System using Raspberry Pi and Leap Motion
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Design and Implementation of Finger Language Translation System using Raspberry Pi and Leap Motion
Jeong, Pil-Seong; Cho, Yang-Hyun;
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Deaf are it is difficult to communicate to represent the voice heard, so theay use mostly using the speech, sign language, writing, etc. to communicate. It is the best way to use sign language, in order to communicate deaf and normal people each other. But they must understand to use sign language. In this paper, we designed and implementated finger language translation system to support communicate between deaf and normal people. We used leap motion as input device that can track finger and hand gesture. We used raspberry pi that is low power sing board computer to process input data and translate finger language. We implemented application used Node.js and MongoDB. The client application complied with HTML5 so that can be support any smart device with web browser.
Finger Language;Leap Motion;Raspberry Pi;Assistive Technology Device;
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