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Hand gesture recognition and voice conversion system for dumb people

  title={Hand gesture recognition and voice conversion system for dumb people},
  author={V. Padmanabhan and M. Sornalatha},
in our country around 2.78% of peoples are not able to speak (dumb). Their communications with others are only using the motion of their hands and expressions. We proposed a new technique called artificial speaking mouth for dumb people. It will be very helpful to them for conveying their thoughts to others. Some peoples are easily able to get the information from their motions. The remaining is not able to understand their way of conveying the message. In order to overcome the complexity the… Expand

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