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1999\09\28@113108 by Morgan Olsson

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I am looking for a sound recognition (aka speech recognition) module.
I have tried one, bougt from http://www.Conrad.de, but it is really lousy.
The DSP (single chip-system) is marked Sensory inc, Voice Direct

(I know I have to say the words exactly as it learned them, but this could hardly recognise a tape recorder... :( )

I am trying to control a tool, while having both hands busy with other things.

Good also if it can recognise some tooling noise for better process feedback.

It need to be able to listen continously.
Good if it will report anything it hear, with some kind of probability indication.

Communication to processor preferrably using SPI, but almost anything is OK.
Morgans Reglerteknik, HŠllekŒs, 277 35 KIVIK, SWEDEN
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1999\09\28@130627 by apines

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Try Sensory Circuits (http://www.sensoryinc.com/).  You may find something better than the one you have.  They are
used in the Radica "Girl Tech" toys and do an okay job.

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1999\09\28@131456 by Nick Taylor

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Morgan Olsson wrote:
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> I am looking for a sound recognition (aka speech recognition) module.
> I have tried one, bougt from http://www.Conrad.de, but it is really lousy.
> The DSP (single chip-system) is marked Sensory inc, Voice Direct

Hi Morgan - -

There is alternative speech recognition module that I've played with
a little bit.  It is available from Images Co. for US$100.  They also
sell the speech chip (HM2007) and its data sheet.
 www.imagesco.com/catalog/hm2007/SpeechRecognitionKit.html
The identical module is available from Zagros for US$80 as the Stand
Alone Speech Recognition Kit.  They do not have extra chips nor the
data sheet available.
 http://www.zagrosrobotics.com/
Both Sensory's VoiceDirect and Images' HM2007 require a much higher
quality microphone than the ones provided in their kits.

Good luck,
- Nick -

1999\09\28@133840 by Michael Barker

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Morgan,

ISD is coming out with a fairly inexpensive speech recognition chip.
The information says that it should be expected 3rd Quarter 1999,
but I cannot find any model numbers or data sheets for the chips.
If you are interested, you could try to contact ISD to see if you
could get more information and possibly some samples as well.
More information about the chip can be found at:

http://www.isd.com/products/speechrecog/index.html

Hopefully ISD can give you more information about the chip.  Sorry
I can't provide much more-there is not much info on their website.

Michael
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1999\09\28@144710 by - KITS EDUCACIONAIS NACIONAIS

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See Ciarcia magazine for an excelent article...

Miguel

1999\09\29@032850 by Morgan Olsson

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Thanks guys for the links, I will check them out :)
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I wrote yesterday
>I am looking for a sound recognition (aka speech recognition) module.
>I have tried one, bougt from http://www.Conrad.de, but it is really lousy.

Actually, it works better if we complement the manual... for anybody who want to buy this kit (Sprachsteuerung, relay board with the Sonsory Voice Direct module):

1) The two DIP switch #2 is not mentionned in the manual.  I found out from the schematics that #1 and #2 shuld be a double one, so set them both the same!  Both off for speaker independence (and to recognize me too...)

2) Decode cirquit design flaw:  Command #8 opens relay 4.  Unfortunately, so does every command #8..15

3) The learning routine often say "speak louder".  Don't!  Sit relaxed 0,5 to 1 meter from the mike and speak naturally.

Also, what i did not see int the catalog, is that you have to start the recognition by pressing a button!  (or use a operator detection sensor of some kind)

Actually:
1) Press a button
2) Wait while the module says "Say <irritating pause> a word"
3) Speak
4) Wait a second to process

And, you have to practice to sound the same wether you are tired or in a hurry etc.

Making the whole thing just irritating!

But i will use it as a toy on a party or something

/Morgan


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1999\09\29@044438 by Morgan Olsson

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Correction: the two dipswitches do have slightly different meaning, but very alike.
(Finally found the Synsory data sheet at their site :)  )

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