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VRbot - Voice Recognition Module

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Uploaded on Jul 11, 2009

VRbot Module is designed to easily add versatile voice command functionality to robots, in particular ROBONOVA-I.
The VRbot module provides users with a host of built-in Speaker Independent (SI) commands that will allow basic control of the Robot movement straight out-of-the-box. In addition, users have the possibility to setup up to 32 user-defined Speaker Dependent (SD) triggers or commands to control their robots.
Features:
-) A host of built-in speaker independent (SI) commands for ready to run basic controls
-) Supports up to 32 user-defined Speaker Dependent (SD) triggers or commands as well as Voice Passwords. SD custom commands can be spoken in ANY language.
-) Easy-to-use and simple Graphical User Interface to program Voice Commands to your robot
-) Languages currently supported for SI commands: English U.S., Italian, Japanese and German. More languages available in the near future.
-) Works with Robonova and Robozak MR-C3024 controller boards
-) Module can be used with any host with an UART interface (powered at 3.3V - 5V)
-) Simple and robust serial protocol to access and program through the host board

All of the VRbot functionality can easily be accessed from the MR-C32024 controller board through a simple, yet robust serial protocol. All you need to do is connect the VRbot module to your ROBONOVA board, connect your robot to a PC, power up, and you are ready to go. You will not have to worry about needing additional adapter boards.
Upon power up, the supplied VRbotGUI software automatically downloads a roboBASIC bridge program to the controller board, which will allow immediate voice control of the robot with the built-in SI command set.
The bridge program also enables programming of the speaker dependent commands into VRbot by using the PC interface. After creating and training all desired commands in the VRbotGUI, users can create a basic template program, open it in the roboBASIC editor and assign specific behavior to each command. This can finally be downloaded and run on the ROBONOVA controller essentially giving your robot the ability to listen and adhere to your voice commands.

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