The present disclosure pertains to a system (100) to assist a subject having autismand facilitates in enhancing physiological capacity of the subject. The system(100) includes a device (102) adapted to be coupled to a spectacle worn by thesubject, the device (102) includes an image acquisition unit (104) configured tocapture images of person interacting to the subject to detect emotions of the10 person to assist the subject in interaction, a first set of sensors (106) configured tosense heart rate value of the subject and provides sound therapies when the heartrate is not normal, a second set of sensors (108) configured to detect headmovement of the subject while focusing on one or more objects to track attentionspan of the subject. Also, the system (100) assists the subject in characters15 recognition and practicing the characters by displaying the character on a displayunit (114).
Aman Arora, Sandeep Arora, Surya Nayaran Panda, Jagdish Lal Raheja, Shubhank Saxena, Jaskeerat Singh Randhawa
The present disclosure relates to an apparatus (100) for assisting physically5 impaired user, the apparatus includes a microcontroller (116) operatively coupledto a first sensor (106) and a second sensor (108). The microcontroller configured toreceive, from the first sensor, the first set of signals pertaining to physical pressureattributes of the user. The microcontroller receives, from the second sensor (108),second set of signals pertaining to odor attributes, wherein, on receipt of the first10 set of signals, the microcontroller configured to operate the valve to allow passageof the liquid from the tank unit, and wherein, on receipt of the second set of signals,the microcontroller configured to operate the sprayer to spray a predeterminedamount of fragrance to deodorize the sanitary area.
Deepali Gupta, Kanwal Preet Kour, Kamali Gupta, Sheifali Gupta, Nitin Goyal, Rupesh Gupta, Malvinder Singh Bali, Rakesh Goyal, Raman Gupta, Parveen Ailawalia, Vishal Verma
The present disclosure pertains to a system to facilitate detecting 5 and analyzingmovement deviation. The system (100) includes a flexible device (102) adapted tobe worn by an entity, the flexible device (102) including a first set of sensors(104) configured to sense force exerted by the pre-determined part of the entity onthe flexible device (102) upon movement, a second set of sensors (106)10 configured to sense posture and movement of the pre-determined part of theentity, a third set of sensors (108) configured to sense one or more musclesresponse of the pre-determined part of the entity based on the movement of theone or more muscles. The system (100) includes an input interface (110)configured to receive one or more input credentials from the entity, and a15 controller (112). The controller (112) is configured to analyze, and detect themovement deviation with help of training and testing dataset and alert the entity.
Sarang Sharma, Sheifali Gupta, Deepali Gupta, Rupali Gupta, Rakesh Ahuja
Shreya Sharma, Nishtha Chauhan
A wearable assistance device for a deaf user is provided. The device facilitates to receivesounds in vicinity of the deaf user using a microphone and provides a classification of thereceived sounds using a voice recognition module. Upon the classification of at least one ofthe received sounds in a particular predefined classification category, the at least one of thereceived sound is determined as a warning sound. Further, a vibrator operatively coupled withthe wearable assistance device is activated to alert the deaf user to the warning sound. Thedevice captures the received sounds such that speech from a person talking to the deaf userand determined from the captured received sounds is translated into a text for the deaf user.This is done using a speech to text translator operatively coupled with the device.
Anchit Srivastava, Sheifali Gupta, Deepali Gupta, Rupesh Gupta, Vishal Verma, Kamali Gupta, Rakesh Goyal, Raman Gupta
The present disclosure provides an apparatus to measure grip strength by detecting forceexerted by human on the apparatus. The apparatus comprises a compressible unit adapted tobe gripped by the user and one or more sensors detect the force exerted by the human on thecompressible unit. The apparatus includes one or more indication units which getsilluminated corresponding to the value of measured grip strength, and one or more acoustic unitsconfigured to the apparatus to generate acoustic signals corresponding to the force exertedby the user.
Renuka Singh, Deepika
The present disclosure provides an eye-ware 100 that includes a wearable frame 302 that canbe adapted to be worn by a user, two frame inserts 304-1 and 304-2 that are attached to theframe 302, sensors 104 that are positioned at a first pre-determined position on the frame 302,and irradiating sources 102, where the irradiating sources 102 and the sensors 104 arepositioned such that the irradiation emitted through the irradiating sources 102 passes throughat least one optical axis associated with at least a part of an eye of the user before beingsensed by the sensors 104. The processing unit 106 of the eye-ware 100 generates set of datapackets corresponding to the irradiation sensed by the sensors 104, and the set of data packetsare transmitted to mobile computing devices 108, which enables the eye-ware 100 to assist inocular communication.
Deepali Gupta, Sheifali Gupta, Vishal Verma, Harsha Chauhan, Udit Jindal, Rupesh Gupta, Kamali Singla
The present disclosure provides a wheelchair apparatus with patient commode pan comprises ahip rest fitted on the support frame structure, the lower end of the back rest is pivotally coupledto the hip rest to move between an inclined position, and a lowered position, in which the backrest is arranged parallel to hip rest. A linear actuator is configured with the back rest to move theback rest between the inclined position and the lowered position. The leg rest is pivotallycoupled to the second end of the hip rest to move between a first position, and a second position,in which the leg rest is arranged parallel to the hip rest. A commode pan is detachably coupled toa lower side of the hip rest, the leg rest is coupled to the back rest through a motion transfer suchthat movement of the back rest from the inclined position to the lowered position enablesmovement of the leg rest converts the wheelchair apparatus into a stretcher.
Surya Narayan Panda, Sachin Ahuja, Rajesh Kaushal, Naveen Kumar, Simranjeet Singh, Sumit Badotra, J L Raheja, Ks Bath
The present disclosure provides a system and method for detection of presence of weed in aperson using retinal imaging. The system includes an image acquisition unit 100 to capture aretinal image of a person and, a computing unit 110 to receive the retinal image, extract oneor more retinal attributes from the received retinal image, generate an electronic signature andcompare the generated electronic signature with pre-existing electronic signatures associatedwith the set of retinal images of weed consumed persons. The system uses the deep learningmodel 118 to detect presence of weed.
Ashish Gera, Rakesh Ahuja
The present disclosure provides an opto-electronic integrated circuit. The integrated circuitcan include a power splitter having an input port and one or more output ports; an inputsource configured to generate a first set of optical signals to the power splitter via the inputport; a first set of defect rods introduced on bends, located on both sides of the power splitter,to reduce backward reflections; and a second set of defect rods placed at a junction of thepower splitter, the second set of defect rods can be configured to suppress bending losses,resonate the first set of optical signals across the one or more output ports and transfermaximum power to the one or more output ports.
Poonam Jindal, Harsimranjit Kaur
The present disclosure relates to an audio/sound device, and more specifically, to an 5 electronic device that enables to control specific external sound(s) for improvement hearing of a user. The electronic device includes a transceiver and a hardware processor. The transceiver receives a plurality of signals from signal generating sources. Thehardware processor communicatively coupled to the transceiver device and a memory, thememory stores one or more instructions executable by the one or more processors. Thehardware processor detects a first set of signals from the plurality of received signals. The hardware processor retrieves a second set of signals from the first set of signals having athreshold level above at least one specified level and determines at least one signal from the second set of signals that is at least one recognized signal associated with at least onespecified object.
Ashok Kumar, Megha Bhushan, Kanupriya, Shagun Sharma, Mamta Nanda
The present invention generally relates to an eyewear and more particularly, a smart spectacle with color changing frame as desired by user. Specifically, the present invention relates to a smart spectacle comprising of a frame, lens, temple, an infrared sensor mounted on the temple, one or more optical fibre strip to change the color of the frame, one or more LEDbulb (s), a battery connected with the IR sensor and the LED bulb (s) and a touch panelmounted on the temple to control the bulbs.
Rubleen Kaur, Simranjeet Kaur, Nitin Varma