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Advancements in Smart Hand Gloves for Paralysis Rehabilitation: A Review

Soham Kale, Mayank Varma, Vinayak Lolge


With the help of Smart Hand Gloves, people with disabilities can live alongside healthy people. A deaf person can use this smart glove to translate his hand signals into text and voiceovers because they cannot speak. This makes it simpler for the typical person to understand what he is saying and to react accordingly. With the help of these smart gloves, people with physical limitations can live freely by being able to control household appliances. The creation of a trustworthy, user-friendly, lightweight smart hand glove system that can lessen the obstacles that disabled persons must face in order to stand is the project's main objective. We encounter many disabled persons in our daily lives, some of whom are only partially abled. People who are partially disabled, such as those who are dumb, deaf, or have one leg or hand paralyzed, struggle to manage their lives and feel isolated from others. Here, communication is crucial to improving someone's mood and engaging them in an activity where they can assert their independence. This idea led to the creation of the Smart Hand Gloves for Disabled People project, which enables disabled people to live their lives how they choose. For those with paralysis, smart hand gloves are a promising new device that can help them regain control over the movements of their hands. Advanced technology such as sensors, actuators, and machine learning algorithms enable these gloves to recognize and translate the user's intents into the desired hand movements. This article discusses the design process, functioning, and potential advantages of smart hand gloves for paralysis patients. Smart hand gloves have the ability to greatly improve patients' quality of life and reclaim their freedom by providing a useful solution for those who are paralyzed.

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