Digital Text to Users Handwriting (தமிழ்)
C. Sunitharam1, R. Subash2, K. Prasannavenkatesan3
1Dr. R. Sunitharam, Department of Computer Scinece and Engineering, Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Viswa Maha Vidyalaya Deemed to be University, Kanchipuram, India.
2R. Subash, Department of Computer Scinece and Engineering, Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Viswa Maha Vidyalaya Deemed to be University, Kanchipuram, India.
3K. Prasannavenkatesan, Department of Computer Scinece and Engineering, Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Viswa Maha Vidyalaya Deemed to be University, Kanchipuram, India.
Manuscript received on 31 January 2023 | Revised Manuscript received on 13 February 2023 | Manuscript Accepted on 15 March 2023 | Manuscript published on 30 March 2023 | PP: 10-15 | Volume-13 Issue-1, March 2023 | Retrieval Number: 100.1/ijsce.A35880313123 | DOI: 10.35940/ijsce.A3588.0313123
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Abstract: Converting digital text to handwriting is a simple process because of the abundance of software and websites that do it, like texttohandwriting.com. The Text to Handwriting Converter is a free artificial intelligence-based tool that translates computer text into handwritten text with ease. An individual’s handwriting format is saved as an input, converted into text, and then shown as an output. Image processing techniques can be used to process the handwriting. It is possible to use the alphabets of specific languages, such as Tamil (தமிழ்), English, etc. The text of the input is finally displayed in the user’s unique handwriting style. It will be useful in numerous ways, including helping the students who have been injured during an accident and it will also reducing the need for paper. Instead of using paper, we can preserve it and refer to it whenever needed. The primary goal of this project is to convert digital text into user handwriting in Tamil (தமிழ்), as it is the oldest language in India and there are currently no websites or apps that accomplish this specifically in Tamil (தமிழ்). There are 247 Tamil (தமிழ்) letters, which are divided into four groups: uyireluttu (உயிரெழுத்து) (12), meyyeluttu (ரெய்ரயழுத்து) (18), uyirmeyyeluttu (உயிெ்ரெய்ரயழுத்து) (216), and finally ayutha eluttu (ஆய்த எழுத்து) (1). A database is created using the handwriting of the person whose handwriting is being converted. These databases consist solely of 247 letters written in that person’s handwriting.
Keywords: Digital text, User’s Handwriting, Image Processing, Tamil
Scope of the Article: Image Processing