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    1 : AN ELECTRONICS VOTING SYSTEM WITH HAPTIC TOUCHSCREEN INTERFACE AND OF CANDIDATE OPTION.
    2 : Presented By Miss- Deokate A. Mr- Keswad C. Mr – Khaladkar V. (PARIKRAMA POLYTECHNIC) (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering)
    3 : ELECTRONICS VOTING MACHINE.
    4 : Abstract: Various displays are becoming available for implementing a new kind of human computer interaction (HCI) method. Among many types and models, touch panel displays have been used in wide variety of applications and are proven to be a useful interface infrastructure. In spite of their popularity, there are some weak points. The most serious drawback is their hardness to operate especially for the weak users in information technology such as the elderly and blind users.
    5 : Contents: 1.Introduction 2.Related Work 3.Applications 4.Development of Electronic Voting 5. Conclusion 6. Reference
    6 : Touch panel interface is becoming a popular technology in many field. It has been used in specific application systems such as ATMs (automated teller machines), museum displays, and ticketing counters in airports and stations for a while.
    7 : (A) (B) (A) Is a Controller or operator (B) Is a Voting machine
    8 : Haptic touch screen is becoming a popular interface technology in mobile information terminals such as PDAs and cell-phones . The operational interface used in the mobile terminals is mainly inherited from GUI interface originally designed for personal computers. RELETED WORKS}-
    9 : Touch screen terminals with the tactile feedback have efficiency as assistive information devices. designed a method enabling blind users to input text via the keypad of a mobile phone
    10 : EVM – Technology Features Centres around state-of-the-art microprocessor with built-in PROM storing the software code which cannot be retrieved or altered Reliable, robust and error free software Legacy software with machine codes used to preserve integrity and security Double redundant resilient memory storage for securely retaining data without a need for a backup battery User friendly operation sequence Portable and easy to operate
    11 : APPLICATION OF EVM Although the haptic technology is becoming an important building block for implementing effective and easy-to-use interface, acquiring the state of principal modality along with audio-visual interface seems distant. A reason preventing the popularization of the haptic technology is that practical haptic applications are not clearly defined
    12 : In electronic map systems, the haptic sensation helps the users for grasping 2D information in three dimensions.
    13 : Ballot Unit - Details
    14 : Ballot Unit - Internal parts
    15 : Control Unit
    16 : Control Unit - View of Bottom Compartment
    17 : Control Unit - Display Section
    18 : Control Unit - Result Section
    19 : DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRONIC VOTING SYSTEM.
    20 : CIRCUIT DIAGRAM OF EVM
    21 : CAND. SET CLEAR BALLOT RESULT-1 SEQUENCE OF OPERATION OF BUTTONS ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINE CLOSE
    22 : Advantages Modernises the election process User friendly – can be used even by illiterates Simple to operate and can be installed in a short time Preserves voting secrecy No scope for invalid votes Facilitates quick and accurate counting – possible to declare results instantaneously Re-usable by simply erasing votes recorded in earlier poll
    23 : Advantages Huge expenditure involved in printing, storing and transportation and security of ballot paper can be avoided Lowers operating costs Easier to manage with less demand on man-power Provision can be made to connect to a “CENTRAL STATION” to consolidate and display / record the results countrywide
    24 : Conclusion- We proposed an approach for effectively sharing different types of haptic devices and designing various haptic applications. We exemplified our approach through the design and development of an electronic voting system. The system uses an easy-to-use touch panel display with embedded tactile feedback function. It allows the weak in information technology such as the elderly and blind users to easily confirm, select, and vote their supporting candidates without any assistance. We conducted a preliminary experiment for verifying whether the system can generate tactile effect vocabulary effective for discriminating multiple candidates only through touch sensations. Although our project is at an early stage, the result is promising.
    25 : REFERENCE WWW.ijert.org WWW.Engineersgarage.com WWW.Geoffknagge.com

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