A low-cost stick designed for blind people that enables them to walk without any assistance.
A modified electric wheel chair controlled by the leap motion providing unparalleled control over the wheelchair and household appliances.
My project helps visually challenged people to walk without crashing into walls and obstacles. This help them to live freely
Arduino Uno-based device intended for negative wound pressure therapy for hospitals in the developing parts of the world.
When AVR meets AR and Arduino is combined with Google's Project Tango, an autonomous wheelchair is born to help improve millions of lives!
Developing and mounting sensors on a bike.
Here we measure rainfall.
This project works as an Interpreter, converts hand gestures into text or voice or in commands.
An Alexa voice-controlled, Lego robot that can read and turn pages of books for the visually impaired.
Environment Pollution Monitoring system using Internet of Things-IoT United International University.
Controlling the home appliance and electronic gadgets through a Gesture Controlled Infrared remote for Physically Disabled persons.
All resource are given here free. Its easy to understand.
Control Arduino from your smartphone or laptop using Bluetooth.
The Idea is to control both Direction+Acceleration of a Bluetooth Robotic Car with the movement of Forearm using Kinetis K82 Freedom board.
An inexpensive build-it-yourself system to monitor the activities of elderly people.
For those people that can not move the chess pieces by his own, this system allow you to move it with your eye.
I want to make a system for autistic kids to help control their fine motor skills, especially writing, using IoT, robotics and sensors.
This is a smart car parking assistant.
Vision is a torch shaped device to help blind people navigate with greater comfort, speed and confidence.
An automatic barrier system using IR sensor and LCD display.
This is a class voting machine.
A robotic arm using servo motors.
How to transmit 0 to 9 digits using a Bluetooth module, a 7-segment display, and an Arduino.
A system to let someone ask for help at school or in the workplace without having to do it publicly.