DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN IMITATION ASTUTENESS FOR SINGLE ARM AMPUTEE USING WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK

Abstract
In this paper, present a wearable detecting glove with inserted hetero-central element optic nerve sensors that identify finger flexion to realize unconstrained hand movement checking. The hetero-main element sensor is fit to the wearable detecting glove since it's fit for optical force based estimations with great security and repeatability utilizing single-mode transmission filaments and is unaffected by temperature variances. The hetero-center sensor components are situated on the back of the hand so as that they are not influenced by arbitrary wrinkles inside the glove at the joints. Subsequently, the hetero-center flexion sensor after adjustment is equipped for recognizing the joint edges of the fingers regardless of contrasts close by size, and in this way the hetero-center detecting strategy empowers the distinguishing glove to be worked with a base number of sensor centers. The optical loss performance of the hetero-core sensors reveals monotonic characteristics with regard to the flexion angle of joints. The optical loss is 1.35dB for a flexion angle of roughly 97.2? with accuracy of 0.89? within the detected flexion angle. Ongoing hand movement catch was exhibited by methods for the proposed detecting glove without limiting normal human conduct.

Authors
S Ravichandran1, N Jeyakumar2
Annai Fathima College of Arts and Science, India1, Annai Fathima College of Arts and Science, India2

Keywords
Hand Motion Monitoring, Hetero-Core Fiber, Glass Fiber Measurement Applications, Unconstrained and Wearable
Published By :
ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Communication Technology
( Volume: 11 , Issue: 2 )
Date of Publication :
June 2020

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