An Alexa voice-controlled, Lego robot that can read and turn pages of books for the visually impaired.
This is a smart car parking assistant.
Designed for easy usage and soft radio music wake-ups. Shows time in a "relaxed manner," readable for shortsighted..
This is using an ESP8266, the Pulse sensor and an OLED display, housed in a Recycled Air Freshener to display the trace of the heartbeat.
Like God's Sight || Arduino Nano based PIR motion tone alarm.
An advanced smart dustbin project.
A headless project needs to get its IP, send results to the cloud for analysis on a phone. It also needs a way to update the software.
A system to let someone ask for help at school or in the workplace without having to do it publicly.
I want to make a system for autistic kids to help control their fine motor skills, especially writing, using IoT, robotics and sensors.
Clock to activate and de-activate a regular telephone wall connection to allow telephone calls only during selected hours.
Project Runu is a way to make technology understand visual input leveraging it in areas like visually impaired, security cameras etc.
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This project will show you how to make a DIY smart band for blind people.
This circuit can control multiple electrical appliances by detecting the pattern of eye blink, can be used with wheel chairs & so.
Make your own Arduino-based distance finder.
An app or website to let people with disabilities communicate more easily with people in difficult or unfamiliar surroundings.
A mobile VR application that helps people with learning disabilities practice travelling by using an Intel Edison to gather behaviour data.
It is a wearable that will be worn on chest and can be used to guide blind people and prevent their collisions.
I'm helping the world one hand at a time.
As with anything that you build, you have to test it, most of the tests are relatively safe and harmless. This test is an actual attempt.