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Arduino voice control with EasyVR shield

Posted on Saturday, March 24th, 2012 in Arduino, code by the machinegeek


If you want to add voice recognition to your next Arduino project, you might want to consider the EasyVR Shield by VeeaR. It’s based on the EasyVR module, and combined with supporting libraries provides up to 32 user-defined Speaker Dependent triggers (in any language) or commands and voice passwords. The shield makes available three controllable GPIO lines and provides PWM audio output that supports 8 ohm speakers.

Visit the manufacturer’s product page for more documentation and downloads.

The EasyVR shield retails for about $50 USD at SparkFun and other distributors.

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4 Responses to “Arduino voice control with EasyVR shield”

  1. R3tikus says:

    amazing…. :) i want one of that

  2. sohaib says:

    really nice.great shield

  3. dexter_27 says:

    i have buy yesterday arduino and easyvr shield
    can i have the soure code of this project ?
    inluding voice…
    i must learn programing.. ;)
    thanks

  4. arpit says:

    Is it for speech recognition only or for word recognition also.

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