Gesture Controlled Wireless Device for Disabled
Wheelchairs were made for physically challenged persons in order to move them from one place to another, but these required a lot of mechanical effort because of which another person was needed for this work. Then came the wired system which reduced the effort up to an extent but was not very successful. The proposed module overcomes the previous limitations of the mechanical and wired systems. According to this technology, one is able to control a remote device easily from a distant site. This paper is about wireless communication between two wireless modules, a robot and a hand movement controlled device fitted with tilt sensor on it. Free radio frequency of 2.4 GHz with 16 channels, Zigbee technology is used, keeping all wireless IEEE 802.15.4 global open standards true.
KeywordsRobot Microcontroller Zigbee Accelerometer Tilt sensor
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