Real Time Smart Bind Stick using Artificial Intelligence
Prasad Ramachandra Mavarkar1, Zarinabegam K Mundargi2

1Prasad Ramachandra Mavarkar, Department of Computer Network Engineering, SECAB Engineering and Technology, Vijaypur (Karnataka), India.

2Zarinabegam K Mundargi, Assistant Professor, SECAB Institute of Engineering and Technology,Vijayapura (Karnataka), India.

Manuscript received on 31 November 2020 | Revised Manuscript received on 04 December 2020 | Manuscript Accepted on 15 December 2020 | Manuscript published on 30 December 2020 PP: 9-13 | Volume-1 Issue-1 December 2020 | Retrieval Number: 100.1/ijainn.A1003011121

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Abstract: The need for growing a low-fee assistive gadget for the visually impaired and blind humans has improved with steady increase in their population worldwide. Blind Stick reduces the human effort and gives better know-how of the surrounding. Furthermore it also gives an opportunity for visually impaired people to transport from one area to any other without being assisted by using others. The device also can be used in old age homes where vintage age people have difficulty in their day after day activities due to reduced vision. With this paper, the intention to useful resource human beings in wants to “see” the surroundings. Since the sector of artificial intelligence is doing awesome progress now and functions like object detection is getting less difficult and computationally feasible, these features are implemented in the paper. The paper makes a specialty of object detection and type on pictures that are captured by the device mounted on a stick whose statistics can then be relayed to the person in approach of sound or speech.

Keywords: Ultrasonic sensor, Artificial intelligent Yolo, Oject Detection, Text to speak Tensor flow, Raspbery pi, Blind stick.