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Turning A Page With Your Voice

arduino hacks, e-reader, ebook, ereader, misc hacks, voice control, voice recognition Commenti disabilitati su Turning A Page With Your Voice 

[Justin]’s friend [Steve] injured his spine a while ago, and after asking what would make [Steve]’s life simpler, the answer was easy. [Steve] missed reading books. Sure, e-readers exist, but you still need to turn the page. Now [Steve] can do that with his voice thanks to some microcontrollers, Bluetooth modules, and a voice recognition module.

A voice-activated page turner wasn’t the first attempt at giving [Steve] the ability to turn a page on a Kindle. The first prototype was a big blue button that sent a keyboard code for ‘right arrow’ over Bluetooth, turning a book one page at a time. This worked well until multiple pages turned, and with no back button it was a major nuisance.

After playing with the voice recognition in an Amazon Echo, [Steve] and [Justin] wondered if the same voice recognition technology could be applied to page turns on a Kindle. With a voice recognition Arduino shield from SparkFun it was easy to detect a ‘page down’ command. A Bluetooth module sends HID commands to a Kindle, allowing [Steve] to read a book with only his voice.

[Justin] put all the design files for this build up on Github.

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Muy  buenas a todos de nuevo, Tras mucho tiempo sin poder publicar un video tutorial, hoy os quiero presentar un tuyo sobre EasyVr. Éste es un tutorial que hacía mucho tiempo que quería hacer. Que es EasyVR? Pues bien, es una placa que nos va permitir control nuestro arduino mediante nuestra voz. La cual cosa, […]

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