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Voltaje de funcionamiento: 3.3V
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The SpeakUp is a speaker dependent speech recognition click board with standalone capabilities. You can set it up to recognize over 200 voice commands and have the onboard STM32F415RG MCU carry them out.
It works by matching sounds with pre-recorded commands. Sound is received through an onboard microphone and then processed by a VS1053 IC with a built in stereo-audio codec. Using a simple interface on your computer, you record a word or phrase (up to 2 seconds) and assign it an instruction. Repeat for as many commands as you need. When you put it to work, it listens to what you're saying, matches the sound to one of the pre-recorded commands, and triggers the specified action which the on-board MCU executes.
The board is lined with 12 user programmable GPIOs for standalone functionality. It also carries a standard mikroBUS host socket.
Wouldn't you rather issue verbal commands and have your machines comply, instead of pressing keys, pushing buttons and flipping switches all the time? There's a wide range of applications for the SpeakUp.
* Command your lights, doors and home appliances.
* Create voice commanded remotes for TVs or media centers.
* Reduce complexity and cost of control interfaces.
* When doing something with both hands and voice command is the only option.
How It Works?
What gives the SpeakUp its speech recognition capabilities is the firmware we developed for the on-board MCU. It’s based on the DTW algorithm, which makes it decisive, it turns your talk into action almost instantly:
1.- Sound is received through an on-board microphone. There’s also a 3.5mm jack for connecting an external microphone.
2.- Between the mic and the MCU sits a VS1053 IC with a built in stereo audio codec to process the raw signal.
3.- After the processed sound has been forwarded to the STM32F415RG MCU that interprets the voice command, there are two output options which can be utilized at the same time or separately:
* STANDALONE MODE:
On-board MCU directly controls external devices using 12 user programmable GPIOs.
* CLICK MODE:
Sends index of the matched voice command to a selectable interface: USB or UART.
The MIKROE SPEAKUP SOFTWARE configuration tool is a free PC application for configuring the SpeakUp click board. With it, you can configure the board to recognize over 200 different voice commands and have the on-board MCU carry them out instantly. You can download the software from the MIKROE WEB.
The software is designed with ease of use and simplicity in mind. The UI is based on tabs and drop-down menus requiring no programming skills to use.
Still, it has all the essential features and options that give you full control of the set-up process.
Type: Speech recognition.
Applications: Voice controlled robots, home automation devices or any human-machine interface.
On-board modules: On-board microphone, VS1053 IC with a built in stereo-audio codec, STM32F415RG MCU.
Key Features: STANDALONE MODE: On-board MCU directly controls external devices using 12 user programmable GPIOs. CLICK MODE: Sends index of the matched voice command to a selectable interface: USB or UART.
Click board size: L (57.15 x 25.4 mm).
Input Voltage: 3.3V
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