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Can I Use Custom Sounds To Trigger Actions?

Hello wonderful Synthiam-ians!

While I see some back and forth on this from years ago, I’m wondering if there is a simple way of having our EZ-robots recognize and respond to some custom, silly sounds (rubber chicken honk, fart cushion etc.)? Like they do with speech recognition.  It would be a great way to introduce the idea to my Tech Bandits kid’s Club and could be very useful for the kids with developmental and physical disabilities we will be collaborating with in the near future.

Any help or insights would be much appreciated!

cheers,

D!


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#11  
Think this requires a tutorial or live hack... Mickey?:D
#12  
Exciting! ;-). Thanks for being all over this stuff DJ!
#13  
Anyone have any luck getting Teachable Machine talking to EZ-Robot?  I don't even know where to start!?  Love what Teachable Machine can do, but not sure how best to have that code communicate with EZ-Robot...or EZ-Builder, I guess more accurate!?

Any help would be much appreciated... otherwise me and the Tech Bandits will be fart controlling a video game instead of my beautiful EZ-Robots!

Thanks in advance!

D!
#15  
Mickey666Maus... you are a teachable machine tutor making Angel!  This is so exactly what I needed... damn I love this Synthiam community... DJ, you gotta be so proud of this!

Thanks again... hope one day to have the skills to contribute instead of just being a code vampire! ;-)

I'll make sure to post what me and the Tech Bandits get up to!

D!
#16  
I am very happy I could help, that is what this forum is all about!!
Have fun exploring all the possible options of connecting EZ-Builder and Teachable Machine...
I am curious what you will be building!!:)