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ZeusWayne

Hi guys,

New to the forum and looking for some help as while being an aerospace engineer who can tell you tons about jets and helos, building a voice command device is totally new ground for me...

Project is to build a voice command system consisting of a handheld remote and a vehicle based receiver capable of switching several relays.  I have seen several tutorials on voive command boards with authentication connected toswitching boards with relays, but not much in hacking an existing remote.

I would like to use an existing Nvidia Shield remote for the handheld device. I only want to use the microphone/speech input feature. All other push buttons will be disabled.

So, the big question is; Is it possible to interface the speech portion of the commercial off tge shelf remote to a scratch built receiver?  And if so, what's the best way to do it?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

...did I mention this is for my batmobile? 

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