So. I understand that if takes a lot to make a genuine "speech recognition" going, and I have read the nice post: http://www.ez-robot.com/Community/Forum/Thread?threadId=8420 regarding this.
My question is not so much "how do I add speech recognition", but rather "how would I make my robot respond to simple audio commands through it own microphone".
First off, I guess Im wondering if anyone has made their robot able to respond to a general "Yes" / "No" audio command (I guess if it could be taught the difference between "E" and "O" that would be sufficient), and if it would work for "most" voices (not only the programmers voice). Anyone done this or know of a good source for info on this subject?
Secondly, there is the Microphone input / hardware issue.
If Im not needing my robot to understand what Im saying, but just respond to "E" or "O" (or single clapp / double clapp aso), what hardware would you recommend I try to figure out? Is there such a thing as a WiFi / BT microphone that anyone has made EZ-B connect to? Or would it be easier to upgrade EZ-B with an expansion / shield of some sort? Is there any other sensor out there that is cheap and could either be set to monitor frequenzy (audible) to at least make my robot stop if any high pitched / loud sounding noise is registered?
I want to program my robot on my desktop, but would love for it to have half an ear so that it may be controlled by simle audio inputs once out of the desk enviroment, or maybe I could make it stop whatever its doing by screaming NOOOOO to it
Thank you all in advance!