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Paper Title
Color Transformation To Sound For Blind In Wireless Network

This system tries to identify the possibility of converting colour in accordance with sound. It is an effort to deal with the psychological challenges of blind people & their emotions. This system tries to explore different colours the blind person could not see or they have lost the possibility of seeing it. The system is based on synesthesia which means “stimulation of one sensory pathway leads to automatic experience in second pathway. This system represents new way of understanding & self development through music therapy for mainly blind children below 12years. This portable system will be capable of detecting colour & transforming it into sound. The concept of this system is a colour sensor that identifies colour & transform this data into musical note. This system is flexible enough which means the user can choose the best combination between colour & sound in order to improve their communication with the environment. This paper focuses on the use of low cost colour sensors. The system is applying the technique of synesthesia to mend the extrusions brought about to the people suffering from color blindness. The system is using the perceptional strength of sound to overcome the difficulties of sight. Hence, the user will be able to perceive two senses simultaneously, where in along with sight the person will be accompanied with the sense of sound.

Author - Servesh Gupta, D.T.Ingole

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