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Goggle Mouse

Qazi Ahmad Saeed, Afjal Ahmad, Anas Ahmad Khan

Abstract


Abstract

The essential thought of the undertaking is to fabricate Goggle by utilizing human machine interface which can be utilized to control mouse by utilizing head-tilt and eye-flicker. This mouse-copying gadget can be observed to be most helpful by physically debilitated and incapacitated persons who can no longer control the PCs by utilizing their hands. Since the gadget depends on person's head and eye movements, it can be utilized even by patients who are incapacitated from below the shoulder. There is less energy required for head movement and eye flickering. That's why user won't get drained from utilizing this gadget. In this gadget or goggle we are utilizing 2D-accelerometer for identifying the head movement, by this, the movement of the cursor has been finished. A photograph sensor distinguishes eye flickering. The infrared handset comprises of a 935 nm IR transmitter and a phototransistor mounted on a similar unit. This identifies a solid increment in the reflected signal upon deliberate long squint when contrasted with ordinary eye flicker. Duplicate hands and legs have been ended up being very helpful and palatable for a set number of exercises. Presently, computer can be easily found at home. The disappointment of these manufactured appendages in empowering the amputees to effectively handle a PC is obvious since one can practice a constrained control on the mechanical appendages connected. Besides, numerous amputees have an occupation and work in workplaces wherein they need to utilize a PC. Consequently, gadget ought to be considered which would permit simple and cover control up PC.

 

Keywords: Handicapped, mouse, Goggle, accelerometer, micro controller

Cite this Article

Afjal Ahmad, Anas Ahmad Khan, Qazi Ahmad Saeed. Goggle Mouse. Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research & Advances. 2016; 3(3): 31–36p.



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