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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 28 user-defined Speaker Dependent (SD) triggers and 28 custom speaker independent (SI) commands, the shield has additional connectors for the microphone input, an 8 ohm speaker output, audio line-out/headphone jack, and access to the I/O pins of the EasyVR module. A programmable LED is also included to show feedback during recognition tasks.


  • A 28 custom speaker independent (SI) commands (available in US English, Italian, Japanese, German, Spanish, and French and more) for ready to run basic controls.
  • Supports up to 32 user-defined Speaker Dependent (SD) triggers or commands (any language) as well as Voice Passwords.
  • SonicNet to control one or more EasyVR 3.0s wirelesly with sound tokens generated by the module or other sound source
  • DTMF tone generation
  • Easy-to-use and simple Graphical User Interface to program Voice Commands to your robot.
  • Compatible with Arduino boards that have the 1.0 Shield interface (UNO R3) and legacy boards including:
    • Arduino Duemilanove
    • Arduino Uno
    • Arduino Mega
    • Arduino Leonardo
    • Arduino Due
  • Module can be used with any host with an UART interface (powered at 3.3V - 5V).
  • Supports direct connection to the PC on main boards with a separate USB/Serial chip and a special software-driven “bridge” mode on boards with only native USB interface, for easy access by the EasyVR Commander.
  • Simple and robust serial protocol to access and program the module through the host board.
  • Make your own sound tables using Sensory QuickSynthesis4 tool.
  • Supports remapping of serial pins used by the Shield (in SW mode).
  • The new EasyVR GUI includes a command to process and download custom sound tables to the module (overwriting existing sound table)
  • Provides a 3.5mm audio output jack suitable for headphones or as a line out
  • 8 ohm speaker output
  • Access to EasyVR I/O pins
  • Programmable LED to show feedback during recognition tasks
  • Arduino Libraries provided


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Customer Comments

  • How good is this at differentiating between two voices? Could it be effectively used as a security authentication device?

  • Looks pretty cool. It says it has DTMF tone generation. Any way to expand that for a compatible Text-To-Speech synthesizer? Was thinking it would be easier to have this integrated as well instead of having a two-part system relaying info.

  • My EasyVR 3 doesn’t work. The Aduino EasyVR test program doesn’t detect the EasyVR. and the Bridge is not connected.. I am using an Arduino Uno and I tested with a different Uno to verify that it is not an Arduino problem. In the S/W mode the power light on the shield comes on. I checked all the soldering connections and they appear good. I am using the latest s/w. I don’t know what the problem is, Anybody has any idea.?

  • How do you get a license for quick t2si lite?

    • Looking at our knowledge base, another representative found that the the Quick T2SI Lite license is not included with the EasyVR 3 module and it can be purchased separately. Here is the Quick T2SI Lite product page: . Customers can license directly from VeeaR (they can e-mail ).

      • at 199 euro; the license isn’t cheap. I’m a bit confused at to what the quick2tsi license gives you, or rather, how you can use easyvr3 w/o it, if you need the license to set up the phrases… or am I missing something obvious?

  • hi, I have bought this product and I am having some issues. I using easyvr commander to train the voice commands and the recognition range is drastically low. I have tried to change different recognition parameters for the Distance yet the outcome is the same. Do you have any idea why ?

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70 page user manual!!! Not for beginners!

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.

Amazing !!!

I loved ! I am having fun with this shield ! I recommend