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Arduino: Executing applications with voice command recognition.

August 25, 2010 Leave a comment

This project refers to an Arduino sketch which with the help of a VRBot system can recognize voice commands, making it possible to run applications. For example, we could  cause the execution of the relevant browser with the voice command «Firefox». Also included in this project is a Python script that implements a background service (Daemon) which communicates with the Arduino and initiates the execution of various applications.

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Arduino: Adjustable mood lighting with voice recognition.

August 21, 2010 Leave a comment

This project refers to an Arduino sketch which, with the help of an RGB LED and a VRBot system, can implement a mood lighting system controlled by voice commands. There are voice commands to activate / deactivate the red, green and blue. The color changes are performed with fade effects.

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Arduino: Security Access Control with Multi-Factor Authentication.

August 19, 2010 Leave a comment

This project refers to an Arduino sketch which – with the help of a system VRBot, a basic keyboard, an RFID reader and a piezo speaker – can implement a Security Access Control with Multi-Factor Authentication.

The system comprises a security level associated with typing a password (something I know), a security level associated with the use of an RFID tag (something I have) and a security level associated with the recognition of a voice message password (something I am).

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Arduino: Device Control (open or close) via a relay and voice recognition.

August 13, 2010 3 comments

This project refers to an Arduino sketch which with the help of a relay (electromechanical switch) and the VRBot system can drive an external device (eg. a household lamp, a car alarm, a home air conditioner etc.) with voice commands. The system VRBot is properly trained with voice messages and then performs voice recognition.

More specifically, the Arduino detects acoustic sounds and tries to recognize them through the system VRBot. Finally, if acceptable voice messages are identified, the Arduino manages them for the use of the device driven with the help of the relay.

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