Speech Recognition Module

Hi,

I want to add a Speech Recognition to my project, however there seems to be two popular modules "EasyVR" and "SmartVR".

Can someone please tell me which one is better and if they both can be used on the Arduino board?

Also if there is another good Speech Recognition modules.

Thank you,

Don't you mean speech recognition? I don't think there is such a thing as sound recognition.

Why did you post this 3 times? Once is enough.

Do you have links to EasyVR ad SmartVR?

Yes, I mean Speech Recognition

EasyVR : http://www.veear.eu/Products/easyVR.aspx SmartVR : http://www.veear.eu/Products/SmartVR.aspx

Try this - go to sparkfun.com, search on Voice - they have an easyVR shield to make it easier to integrate with arduino. http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10963

thanks CrossRoads.

I looked at this EasyVR shield and it seems that you can only use a limited number of commands(about 30)

Are there any better Voice Recognition modules?

I think the number of commands limited by two reason: - time of "recognition" is directly proportional to this number; - probability of "false detection" also proportional to size of vocabulary. If both this factors are not critical to your application, you could try arduino as a voice recognition w/o external shield http://arduinovoicerecognition.blogspot.se/ , but you'd still need external memory chip, spi or i2c eeprom / flash / sd, 1kb per 1 word.

direct99: Are there any better Voice Recognition modules?

You used "better" a couple of times now. "Better" is entirely relative. What is you want to be able to do? That's the only way to answer what is "better".

Microchip has a speech recognition library for the dsPIC:

http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1406&dDocName=en023596

A suitable dsPIC running the software could easily be interfaced to the Arduino.

I just want a circuit or an Arduino shield that can respond to my commands by recognising my speech.

respond to my commands by recognising my speech

Do you mean one or two word command sequences ('Play music' or 'Lights on', etc), or are after you natural speech recognition ('Arduino - close the curtains, set the lighting level to thirty percent and turn the tv on to channel 4')?

Do you mean one or two word command sequences (‘Play music’ or ‘Lights on’, etc), or are after you natural speech recognition (‘Arduino - close the curtains, set the lighting level to thirty percent and turn the tv on to channel 4’)?

Having a natural speech recognition throught Arduino is Great but is it possible though?

I just want my Arduino to recognize four or five word command sequences.
I also wants it to recognize as many commands as possible.

thank you.

Hi,

I want to add a Speech Recognition to my project, however there seems to be two popular modules "EasyVR" and "SmartVR".

Can someone please tell me which one is better and if they both can be used on the Arduino board?

Also if there is another good Speech Recognition modules.

Thank you,

Hi,

I want to add a Speech Recognition to my project, however there seems to be two popular modules "EasyVR" and "SmartVR".

Can someone please tell me which one is better and if they both can be used on the Arduino board?

Also if there is another good Speech Recognition modules.

Thank you,

Please stop posting the same question - including the ones in the recycle bin, that's five times you've posted the same thing. See your thread in "microcontrollers".

@OP: People had already taken their time and effort and had a go at answering your question when you dumped the thread in the recycle bin. Don't you think that a little rude?

I do.

(but don't worry, I recovered it from the bin, dusted it off a bit, and merged it with this thread)

You can also try BitVoicer (http://www.bitsophia.com/BitVoicer.aspx). You can build much more sophisticated applications with it.

Try the LD3320 speech recognition module by ICRoute: http://www.electrodragon.com/?product=ld3320-asr-voice-module-chip-non-specific-speech-recognition-robot-voice-control

ciao Marco

ICRoute LD332X specification notes
hope to be helpful
ciao
Marco

ld3320useit.pdf (385 KB)