Integrate Yolov8 Algorithm For Rupiah Denomination Detection In All-In-One Smart Cane For Visually Impaired

Authors

  • I Made Surya Kumara Universitas Warmadewa
  • Gde Putu Rizkynindra Sukma Jati BPJS Ketenagakerjaan
  • Ni Putu Widya Yuniari Universitas Warmadewa

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.62411/tc.v23i1.9734

Keywords:

detection, algorithm, smart-white-cane, visually impaired, machine learning

Abstract

The eyes are crucial tools for human observation and perception, facilitating various tasks in daily life. Individuals, including those with visual impairments or blindness, engage in currency transactions, posing challenges in recognizing notes and preventing mishaps with counterfeit money. Despite government efforts, features like embossing on banknotes have limited effectiveness due to the circulated currency's disheveled condition. Addressing the visually impaired community's needs is imperative. An innovative solution, the "all-in-one smart white cane," integrated with machine learning supports daily activities, enhancing independence for visually impaired individuals. The YOLOv8 algorithm is employed for the precise detection of monetary denominations, subsequently recorded through a camera and seamlessly integrated into a smart cane, resulting in a consolidated device. This device, designed with standout features, excels in detecting Indonesian Rupiah banknote denominations. Detection performance testing, incorporating methods like object rotation, utilized a dataset divided into training (70%), validation (20%), and test (10%) segments. Modifications to contrast and variability rotation are essential in the context of real-time nomination recognition. These adjustments are implemented to ensure accurate and swift identification in dynamic, real-world scenarios. Testing results reveal a 99% average accuracy in recognizing currency note denominations, presenting an effective solution for the visually impaired community.

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Published

2024-06-18