[AI] Currency Detector

Srinivasu Chakravarthula lists at srinivasu.org
Thu Jan 10 03:16:10 EST 2019


Hello Rajesh,
As much as I know, user does not need to focus on a specific area of a
note. Just have the focus on the note and it should be able to capture and
announce the value.

I would highly recommend try out the app. Being a person with low vision,
I have used app's magnifier feature a lot and pretty cool. Also, I have
demonstrated the app at a few places and people have really found it
useful.

Thanks,
Srinivasu
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On Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 1:28 PM Asudani, Rajesh <rajeshasudani at rbi.org.in>
wrote:

> Good effort, will surely try it, but focusing the paper or note for
> recognition is the big problem for totally blind.
>
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> Hi All,
>
> With all the conversation around challenges with the currency,
> BarrierBreak has taken the initiative to develop an app called 6 by 6. 6 by
> 6 has 3 different tools and another few are being built. The 3 tools are:
> - Currency Detector
> - Light Detector
> - Magnifier
>
> This app is currently on the Android platform and can be downloaded from
> the Playstore -
> https://play.google.noclick_com/store/apps/details?id=com.barrierbreak.fin&hl=en
>
> We know that some of you'll are already using it and we have received
> feedback which we have incorporated also. We know that some currency notes
> are not as well recognized like the Rs. 50 note and are working on this.
>
> Instructions to help you get an accurate prediction -
>
> - Hold the Currency between 5-6 inches from the phone.
> - Place the Currency on an even surface or in a straight position in your
> palm.
> - Tap on the screen to get an accurate prediction.
>
> We have also made some videos to help you use the app better -
> https://www.youtube.noclick_com/watch?v=rqu_Yw0EWeQ
>
> It would be great if you'll would download the app and give us feedback,
> since we would like to make the app better. Please feel to write to us at
> 6by6 at barrierbreak.com
>
> We will also be holding sessions in different organizations to show the
> app to your students and members. If you would like us to hold a Free
> session at your NGO, School or College, please write to us at
> 6by6 at barrierbreak.com
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> Thanks
> Shilpi Kapoor | Managing Director
> BarrierBreak
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