Cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis are both conditions that can impair a person's fine motor skills. These conditions can keep people from participating in everyday activities. One of these activities includes chess, a simple but beautiful game that can be a hobby for any person. However, some people cannot play games such as this due to disabilities, namely those with cerebral palsy and other such diseases. After seeing many people closed off from playing games that require fine motor skills, I decided to make an application that utilizes a person's voice instead.
What it does
VChess uses the power of your voice to move pieces on a virtual chessboard so that you can play chess with your friends without feeling left out.
How I built it
Challenges I ran into
What I learned
I learned a lot about how deep learning pipelines worked in Python through this project as well as web development and front-end design.