New Speaker Independent grammars for Home Automation or IOT applications!!

We just released for EasyVR users a new set of Speaker Independent grammars in US English. They were created with Home Automation and “Internet of things” in mind.

They are available for free as usual from the following link:
http://www.veear.eu/downloads/

We could add new Speaker Independent grammars for specific purposes in different languages, if you have good ideas just let us know ;-)

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QuickT2SI Tutorial Video

We made a quick video to showcase the Quick T2SI Lite software from Sensory Inc.

This software allows you to easily make your own Speaker Independent Command Sets for the EasyVR 2.0 Module and the EasyVR Arduino Shield 2.0.

This video is a short tutorial about how to create and use custom Speaker Independent (SI) commands with the EasyVR Shield and Arduino.

We hope you enjoy this video and that it helps you get a better idea of the powerful features of the Quick T2SI Lite software.

All demos source code is available for downloading from http://www.veear.eu/downloads

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EasyVR 2.0: Introducing the custom Speaker Independent grammar feature

This video shows how to use the EasyVR Shield with Arduino to implement a simple building automation system with integrated access control based on voice password.

User names and related passwords are created and trained directly within the Arduino application, without using the EasyVR Commander!

Source code of this demo is available for downloading here.

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EasyVR 2.0: Introducing the Sonic Net feature

This video shows two examples of using the Sonic Net feature: in the first example an Android App controls many EasyVR modules at the same time while in the second example two EasyVR modules communicate with each other wirelessly through sound tokens.

Sonic net demos source code is available for downloading here and here.

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EasyVR Shield for Arduino – Access Control Demo

This is a simple demo showing how you can use an EasyVR Shield with an Arduino to implement an access control system based on voice passwords.

In this demo we use the EasyVR Commander to train user names and passwords but you could also make a complete stand-alone system by integrating all training phases in your Arduino code as well.

First of all we create some voice recordings to guide the user during the demo and we transfer them into the EasyVR sound table, then we train user names in group 1 and related passwords in group 16.

In order to simulate the access opening and closing we used a simple servo. Obviously you are free to connect and control anything you like (for instance electrolocks or the like).

The Arduino code let the EasyVR wait for user names in group 1 and, if any name is recognized, the system asks for the related password. If the password is recognized the access is granted, if not the access is denied.

You can find the Arduino code of this demo here.

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Cool Voice Automated room with EasyVR module and Arduino

This demo showcases some cool ways to toggle fans and lights with voice command using Arduino and the EasyVR Module.

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EasyVR Module with Arduino (POP-168)

The EasyVR Module is designed to easily add versatile voice command functionality to robots or any other host. In this video you can see a simple example of a POP-BOT robot with an Arduino POP-168 board

This video refers to the VRbot module. The VRbot is the predecessor of the EasyVR module. The EasyVR module is fully backwards compatible with the VRbot, but has some enhanced features. To see the differences visit here.

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EasyVR Module with Robonova

This is a demonstration video of how the EasyVR module works with a Robonova-I robot.  Additionally you can see how to use the EasyVR software.

This video refers to the VRbot module. The VRbot is the predecessor of the EasyVR module. The EasyVR module is fully backwards compatible with the VRbot, but has some enhanced features. To see the differences visit here.

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SmartVR DK Demo

This is a quick dmeo video showing how the SmartVR module and related development kit works.

Note: The video refers to VoiceGP instead of SmartVR. The VoiceGP module and SmartVR are the same thing. In November 2011 the product line was relaunched under a new name after a number of firmware and software updates.

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SmartVR Tutorial Part 2/2

The second part to Kevin Darrah’s comprehensive tutorial on how to get started with the SmartVR.

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