One important and challenging problem in human interaction is the communication between those individuals who are vocationally and visually disabled. The challenge involved here involves a peculiar case where the person who is vocationally disabled and uses sign language using hand gestures to communicate cannot talk with the person who is visually impaired as the visually impaired patient cannot see and comprehend the sign language as exhibited by the vocationally impaired patient. Natural sign language processing has motivated many such implementations where one can communicate directly but the attempts made for the same have proven to be highly expensive though effective but infeasible. The proposed system is that we introduce electronic device pecking system that can transmit voice after receiving signals from the other people for the communication to take place. The advantage is that communication becomes easier between a blind and other disabled people (Anbarasi Rajamohan, et al., International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology 2, 336). It is cost effective so everyone can afford it. The device receives the signals that are being sent by the other disabled persons and manipulates and processes it and sends out a voice signal to the blind person for the communication to occur. The voice module decrypts the received code or signal to speech conversion. Data acquisition software reads the structured measurements packets sent through the serial port and stores them in a human readable format (ASCII text). Collected data is processed and features are extracted and then are collected by the pattern recognition system for classification and then sent to the voice module where it sends out a voice to the blind. © 2018 American Scientific Publishers. All rights reserved.