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Eleventh International Network Conference (INC 2016)
Title: A Mobile Solution for Linguistic Communication with Deaf-Blind People Using Arduino and Android
Author(s): Anderson Luiz Nogueira Vieira, Felipe Felix Novaes, Douglas Machado Silva, Lucas Santos, Saymon Belozi, Tarik Castro
Keywords: Deafblind, Multi-sensory disabilities, Interface, Arduino, Android, Bluetooth
Abstract: Nowadays technology has been used for numerous purposes and it is still possible to find applications and solutions not explored before that could bring benefits to part of the population that has not received attention from many researches yet. This paper aims to present the main needs of deaf-blind people, their demands and a proposal of a mobile solution to facilitate and expand interpersonal communication with deaf-blind people, including those people who do not have familiarity with the methods of communicating with deaf-blind people by specific sign language.
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