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Tigal

Tigal supplies the VRbot speech recognition module for robot control.


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  • Tigal SmartVR Voice Recognition Development Kit
    Support for getting started is lacking
    Review by Jamie
    Very little tutorial info anywhere online or from the company. You better know how to use it before you get one
    (Posted on 5/2/14)
  • Tigal SmartVR Voice Recognition Development Kit
    Way over priced for its quality build
    Review by Zhorik
    This might possibly be worth the 140 its now listed at but def not worth the 212 i paid just a few weeks ago. The chip itself is prob worth its price but the board is maybe worth 80 bucks in quality and useful attributes
    (Posted on 5/2/14)
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Carlitos’ Projects: Speech-Controlled Arduino Robot

Posted on March 01, 2011

By Carlos Asmat & filled under Arduino, Electronics, Robotics Projects & Kits.

We all dream of having appliances and machines that can obey our spoken commands. Well, let’s take the first step towards making this happen.  In this second iteration of Carlitos’ Projects, we are going to build a speech-controlled Arduino-based robot. You may be thinking that making such a robot must be a very complex task. After all, humans take many years before they [...]
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Hi Rob, Here are some responses we received from Tigal, the company that owns the VeeaR brand: I recognize that I can configure any of the Smart VR's GPIO pins as a serial output, but, I also understand that the output cannot be directly connected ...
2014-01-28 19:10 by jarcand
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The EasyVR has a limited dictionary, you can train around 8 commands but you cannot have a dictionary to do speech to text.
2013-04-18 18:17 by Carlitos
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Hi I would like some information on this product. Does the smartVR recognize an entire dictionary or does it have a limited number of. Does it fix the speakers grammar. Also how many different speakers can it recognize? I want to build a device that outputs speech to text, but display which person s...
2013-04-18 11:53 by Heinrich
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Yes, and there's even a module designed specifically for the Arduino as well: Tigal EasyVR Shield for Arduino Just to confirm, the unit you chose is not "stand alone" and needs to be connected to a microcontroller. Great thank you so much for that info. Just to ...
2012-11-12 12:23 by ppsieradzki
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Yes, and there's even a module designed specifically for the Arduino as well:
Tigal EasyVR Shield for Arduino
Just to confirm, the unit you chose is not "stand alone" and needs to be connected to a microcontroller.
2012-11-12 09:11 by CBenson
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That is certainly possible, You will simple need a USB to serial adapter in order to send serial messages.
2012-09-10 12:53 by Carlitos
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thank u very much for the reply, is there any way i can access the easyvr commander for the pc to program the speech kit without using the arduino uno? how do i do it? thank you very much
2012-09-10 08:32 by chris_techno25
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You can certainly use the module with a different microcontroller; you just need to send the correct commands and wire it correctly. It's essentially the EasyVR Speech Recognition Module but in shield format.
2012-09-10 07:50 by CBenson
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hi everyone, i just bought this item from robotshop, my question is, can i use this without the arduino uno board? im thinking of using another microcontroller to interface with the speech recognition kit, however i dont know if i can access and program with the speech library without the arduino un...
2012-09-07 23:34 by chris_techno25
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... sound; they are much better at playback. To "understand" what it has heard, a microcontroller would need an audio synthesis module, such as the Tigal SmartVR Voice Kit . Other devices like the DFRobot Audio Frequency Analyzer can break up the sound, and its entirely up to you to program how ...
2011-12-28 11:13 by CBenson
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