Motion Based Message Conveyer System for Differently Abled
A. U, A. Babu, A. Radhakrishnan, and J. Ronald.
International Journal of Emerging Science and Engineering (IJESE) 6 (3): 31-34 (May 2019)

The main aim of motion based message conveyer system for differently abled is to implement a low cost reliable system which will help to establish communication between paralytic or disabled patients and a nurse. A patient can easily send messages to the nurse by just tilting an accelerometer connected to any of the body part capable of movement. This angle of tilt is measured and sent to a central controller which then initiates communication between the patient (transmitter) and nurse (receiver) and also decides which message is to be transmitted based on the tilt angle. Each patient will have such a device installed on his body part and all such patients will be centrally linked to the receiver at the nurse side. The project provides a reliable, effective and simple yet important solution to various issues faced by nurses in traditionally communicating with disabled patients.
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