Finger Reader is a wearable technology device that is designed to help people with visual impairments read printed text. It is a small, portable device that fits over the fingertip and is worn like a ring. The Finger Reader uses a camera and advanced text recognition technology to scan text and read it aloud to the user through a built-in speaker.
The Finger Reader is designed to be easy to use and can be activated with a simple touch of the finger. It is able to read a wide range of printed materials, including books, newspapers, magazines, and more. It is also able to recognize different font sizes and styles and can adjust the reading speed to suit the user’s preference.
In addition to reading text aloud, the Finger Reader can also provide pronunciation guidance and definitions for unfamiliar words. It can be used in a variety of settings, including at home, at school, and in the workplace. The Finger Reader is a valuable tool for people with visual impairments that can help them access printed materials more easily and independently.
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more info are available here http://fluid.media.mit.edu/projects/fingerreader