Smart Glove for Dumb

Introduction: Smart Glove for Dumb

We see that sometimes the dumb people who live do not speak and when they go to the hospital and are admitted, a nurse is kept with them

That whenever the dumb wants something, he does not understand the nurse

In view of this, I have made this glove. The specialty of this glove is that if a dumb man wants to ask for something, just once his fingerTo bump into the finger, as soon as he does this, the message will come on our mobile that the dumb man is asking for something

Supplies

  • Arduino UNO
  • Blutooth Module HC-05
  • Jumper Wires
  • Smartphone
  • Glove

Step 1: Connection

Arduino

Hc 05

Step 2: Programming

Step 3: App Inventor

Done

Thanks Instructable for your Supporting

Step 4: Done

Thanks for watching

Step 5: Mit App Inventor 2

Oen Google and search Mit app inventor

And make your Own app

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    8 Comments

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    SailorSue
    SailorSue

    1 year ago

    Very interesting and creative project - thank you for sharing it! Your work shows imagination, and clever use of readily available materials. It would be interesting to potentially expand your idea of the app and sensing glove with additional position sensing,to create an ASL finger-spelling translation glove.

    (To FancySocksMan and AACSLP33 , may I point out that the phrasing here indicates that English is not the first language of the poster, and translation apps often fail to capture nuance or idiom. This is clearly case where no offense should be taken, as no offense was intended.)

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    FancySocksMan
    FancySocksMan

    Reply 1 year ago

    Sure, and I’m certainly not blaming them for not having fluency in the English language. My statement was a brief education, not a lambasting on the OP not being fluent.

    The fact that this has remained unchanged though, that to me is far more concerning.

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    yoderman
    yoderman

    Reply 1 year ago

    The problem is not English as a second language for the author. The issue is that gloves/devices like this cannot capture the intricacies of any sign language, nor do they address the needs of the Deaf/HOH community in general. Words & phrases are limited to what is programmed in, and has no capability for the user to understand any questions/information presented. It makes several assumptions about the user's preferred mode of communication and fails to make accessibility happen.

    A start on the issue can be seen at https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/201...

    But as a Rkki Poynter so succinctly pointed out "My Accessibility, My Choice"

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    FancySocksMan
    FancySocksMan

    1 year ago

    What exactly are you referring to with the statement "dumb"? Are you referring to someone who is unable to speak? The statement "dumb" is seen as outdated and offensive, I would encourage you to modify your Instructable in light of this. Additionally, it appears that you are referring to someone who is unable to hear or speak, which is far from the original definition of "dumb".

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    DevoCastler
    DevoCastler

    Reply 1 year ago

    Lighten up : ) Also, if you are going to invest emotionally in a post so much you might as well have looked up "the original definition of dumb": https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/dumb
    I'm sure you've heard people use "dumbfounded" for "speechless".

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    FancySocksMan
    FancySocksMan

    Reply 1 year ago

    Um, what? I know what the original definition of “dumb” was, which is why I stated it’s outdated. Just because there was an original definition it doesn’t mean that it means that anymore. If you had actually Googled this, you might have seen a far more reputable sources’, the Oxford Dictionary, definition: https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/dumb_1?q=Dumb

    It’s not that hard to learn how to respectfully engage with different people. Dumbfounded came from the root, dumb. Dumb is used today as an insult to intelligence, just as it was used at the time as it was originally believed that someone who could not speak was intellectually incapacitated.

    I didn’t have to Google that. Even if you didn’t want to seek to care about others, it’s not a difficult logical connection to make.

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    AACSLP33
    AACSLP33

    1 year ago

    As Fancy Socks Man said: the use of dumb is offensive. The correct term to use is non-verbal, minimally verbal or non-vocal. Being non-verbal does not necessarily mean you can not comprehend what others are saying to you. Instructables should remove your post until it is re-written.