talking glove

hello, plz help me

I'm having a project on Talking glove. It's a glove which can be helpful for deaf and dumps. on a glove, 5 flex sensors should be pasted each in each finger. then i'ts like when the deaf and dump they wear that glove and make actions, in a LCD screen, it's written what their action means. so we should convert flex sensors resistance while they stretch their fingers into numbers like 0 for 0v 1 for 2.5v and 2 for 5v, then while doing an action we'll get a set of numbers, so with these numbers, we should command the LCD screen so that it shows us the meaning of that action....

sorry if you don't understand... it's a very tough topic, if you have any questions, ask me...

and plzzzzzzzzz help me... i have the idea but don't know how to do the coding part

thank you...

It's a glove which can be helpful for deaf and dumps.

Dumps? The polite term is mute.

then i'ts like when the deaf and dump they wear that glove and make actions, in a LCD screen, it's written what their action means.

How will you translate flex sensor data to text?

so we should convert flex sensors resistance while they stretch their fingers into numbers like 0 for 0v 1 for 2.5v and 2 for 5v,

Why reduce the granularity? What set of 5 values means "Do your homework"?

What set of values means "This project is far more complex than you imagine, for you AND for the wearer"?

and plzzzzzzzzz help me...

That's please!

i have the idea but don't know how to do the coding part

I'm not at all surprised.

Really sorry for the mistakes I did. :frowning:
I won’t do it again.
Can you guide me please?

Can you guide me please?

No. You do not have any kind of realistic, achievable goal.

Its a interesting idea if a person could sign by just moving the fingers on one hand. Proper sign language uses both arms, hands and fingers. If a person was trying to communicate using just one hand they could use a keyboard with certain words being single keys strokes.

To read sign language you would require a camera system that can convert a persons movements into a code that the computer can understand. As a persons movements are not always precise the computer will also have to choose from a list of possible meanings based on logical language.

Maybe you have not explained what you really want to do. If you are trying to read sign language you will require a lot more than a adruino can provide.

on a glove, 5 flex sensors should be pasted each in each finger.

Then you should get an arduino, a flex sensor, and get it to be able to put out a reliable value that you can use in your project. Flex sensors usually do not have the precision you probably need in your project.

I have the arduino board with me. And I have also my flex sensors very cheap made at home which works. I even bought an LCD screen. And I have started to wright my own program. And I think I will finish it soon.

Janany:
i have the idea but don’t know how to do the coding part

Well, at least you know where to start. :slight_smile:

Get yourself an Arduino and one of those “starting out with arduino” boxes of components (LEDs, switches, hookup wire, a breadboard) and work through the examples. You may also need to find a “how to program in C++” tutorial - there are heaps of free ones on the internet.

If you just have a cool idea and were hoping that the people here would just code it up for you, have a look at some of the responses to this thread to see what people think of that.