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The Voice Controlled Robotic Arm (VCRA) is, as the name suggests, a robotic arm that picks up a block from one place and drops it at another, using voice commands. The robotic arm is connected to a PC using a USB. On the PC, using the Linux command line the Robotic Arm is controlled. Using the Speech Recognition technology, the voice commands are converted to text based commands that can be used in controlling the motors of the Robotic Arm for movement. The Voice Controlled Robotic Arm is a project that uses the OWI-535 Robotic Arm Edge as shown in the figure.


Veton Kepuska

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