Project | Intelligent Bookshelf

The intelligent bookshelf is designed for disabled students who are unable to reach the standard bookshelves provided in school residence halls or classrooms, such as those who use wheelchairs. To the best of our knowledge, there are no

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Communicative Hand Glove for the Hearing Impaired

The objective of this EPICS project is to develop a device that converts the mechanism of physical hand sign language into alphanumerical characters which would assist the user to communicate via text display and speech. This

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Real Time Sign Language Conversion to Audio

An innovative sign-language translator developed with a grant from EPICS in IEEE also motivated one of the students who worked on the project to pursue his graduate studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).

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Digital Literacy in Rural India

Away from such flourishing technology centers as Bangalore and Delhi, much of India suffers from widespread digital illiteracy. Almost three-fourths of the nation’s population live in rural villages where some 30 percent of the inhabitants are

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Wind-Powered Electrical Supply for Humanitarian Field Operations

The “Wind-Powered Electrical Supply for Humanitarian Field Operations” project involves university student branch members at The University of Maryland, Baltimore County, with 20 high school students from Howard High School’s technology education class. The project will count

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Nyanga Solar Water Heaters

For the most vulnerable people on the planet, having hot water to wash themselves, as well as for laundry and other household uses, is an almost unimaginable luxury. While searching for an EPICS in IEEE project

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