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Copy of VOICE BASED EMAIL FOR BLINDS
Transcript of Copy of VOICE BASED EMAIL FOR BLINDS
WHY THE PROJECT IS BEING DONE?
OVERVIEW OF THE PROJECT
A mailing service system will be developed by us which will be beneficial for the visually impaired. Here, the user will have to use certain keywords which will perform certain actions.
The keywords are:
A recorded voice will guide the user throughout the process.
The mail composed by the user via voice will be converted to text before sending it to a normal individual.
Speech to text conversion.
Text to speech conversion.
Allowing auto correction of mail by reading it aloud before sending.
A handy device to carry out these operations.
ROWEENA ALVA – 05
JONITA FERNANDES – 19
ANN LISA JOSEPH - 24
Designing a Voice Mail system architecture that can be used by a blind person to access mails easily and efficiently.
Thus reliance of visually impaired on other people for their activities related to mail can be reduced.
SCOPE OF THE PROJECT
Real time composition of textual mail through audio input.
Use of keywords to trigger particular mail related operations.
The user can scan the received mails and also save a softcopy of the mail.
Audio output of recieved mail.
A handy device with minimal user interface which reduces the reliance on sighted people.
Concept of text to speech conversion.
SMTP(Simple mail transmission protocol for mail servicing).
Knowledge of hardware requirements for text to speech.
CMUSphinx: open source software for speech to text.
eSpeak : open source software for text to speech.
" Voice Based System in Desktop and Mobile Devices for Blind People ",
ISSN 2250-2459, ISO Certified Journal, Volume 4, Issue 2,
" Text to Speech Conversion with Phonematic Concatenation", International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Technology (IJECCT) Volume 2 Issue 5 (September 2012).