Hex Bug voice control using USB IR Toy

Posted on Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 in robotics, USB IR Toy by the machinegeek

Jim Choate presents this project using the USB IR Toy along with Arduino and Windows 7 Speech Recognition to control Hex Bug robot toys. A link to the C# and Arduino code is included.

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