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Magic Mouth – an Arduino speech shield

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

Want to get your Arduino to speak? Here is an open source shield that will do just that. Magic Mouth is built on a single sided board making it easy to home manufacture. It uses an ATmega168 to generate speech, and it communicates with the Arduino over I2C. It's an...

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