This groundbreaking project aims to enhance safety and security for individuals with visual impairments. The core feature of this project is the Lost and Found application, which leverages advanced technologies like face recognition and location tracking to expedite the search for missing individuals.
With a user-friendly interface, the app fosters collaboration between the public and law enforcement agencies, enabling efficient locating and reuniting of missing persons. Users can report lost individuals, upload images of suspected missing persons, and access a comprehensive database of currently missing individuals. The app also provides quick dial options for emergency services, ensuring swift response in critical situations.
The project uses components such as Arduino, a 5V battery, a breadboard, and an HC05 Bluetooth module. The front of the project features two ultrasonic sensors that act as artificial eyes. It has a gas sensor and a touch sensor positioned on the right side. The physical demonstration showcases the effective functioning of the project. It includes object detection, touch sensing, gas detection, and location tracking capabilities.
The “Blind E” project not only empowers individuals with visual impairments to navigate their surroundings safely but also promotes their overall well-being and security. It is a testament to the power of technology in making a positive impact on society.