Today’s project of the day is from J-J Shortcuts’s blog and is about the voice activated home automation project, a domotica controlled room.
First let’s see it in action:
This is the beginning of my domotica controlled room.
It consists of a VRbot voice recognition module, an AVR ATtiny2313 and a 433MHz RF send module.
He uses a Veear EasyVR speech recognition module, some low-cost wireless light switches. The VRBot speech recognition module recognizes 32 custom voice commands. Once a command is recognized, a wireless switch is activated via a radio receiver. He then read in the signals with the Logic Sniffer logic analyser and reversed engineered the process.
Read the rest of this project on J-J Shortcuts’s blog.