Description: Do you make time to talk to your Arduino? Maybe you should! The EasyVR Shield 3.0 is a voice recognition shield for Arduino boards integrating an EasyVR module. It includes all of the features of the EasyVR module in a shield form factor that simplifies connection to the Arduino main board and PC.
EasyVR 3.0 is a multi-purpose speech recognition module designed to add versatile, robust and cost effective speech and voice recognition capabilities to virtually any application. EasyVR is the third generation version of the successful VRbot module and builds on the features and functionality of its predecessor. In addition to the EasyVR 3.0 features like up to 32 user-defined Speaker Dependent (SD) commands and 26 built-in speaker independent (SI) commands for ready to run basic controls, the shield has an additional audio line-out/headphone jack, and access to the I/O pins of the EasyVR module.
Note: Unlike V2.0, the EasyVR Shield 3.0 does not come preassembled and will require some soldering and assebly before operation.
Based on 8 ratings:
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Not for the faint at heart. Read the user manual before you buy it. Your video made it seem a lot easier. It could’ve been broken up into better sections.
1 of 1 found this helpful:
It is very easy to use. I like the way of code generation using Easyvr3 commander. I appreciate the Tech support guys…
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I loved ! I am having fun with this shield ! I recommend
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Ótimo produto muito bom, comprei chegou em cinco dias pela UPS, e é excelente.
We ordered and received two (2) units in order to evaluate them for use in one of our product lines. It does not come with the USB-to-2x3 cable, so that set us back several days (as a product development lab, lost time is always a negative). Assembling the shield was simple and straightforward. We then wasted several man-hours attempting simple communications with the first board via the USB-to-PC interface, and then with an Arduino platform (Arduino is never our first preference) - no success. At that point we visually inspected the pre-assembled EasyVR3 board using 10x magnification and located a solder short on one of the fine-pitch parts, which had to have occurred during PCB reflow during manufacturing, indicating that these boards are not tested before shipping. After removing the short, the module was successfully tested using both the USB-to-PC and Arduino communications/interface methods. The PC-driven menus make additional testing pretty straightforward. However, migrating to a PIC-based platform has not been easy, which means that most users will be married to Arduinos. That’s fine for the hobbyists and this will be a great module for them, but it is a negative factor for serious product development companies. Final Note: If you’re a hobbyist, you will love this product. I would have given it 5 stars if the product had been inspected and tested prior to shipment.
I had a hard time getting the EasyVR to connect at first, which was solved by proper soldering. User manual could be better if it had section with common errors and resolutions. Not for beginners but very good overall.