The µSpeech library is almost ready to be deployed as version 4.0. A number of bug fixes have been performed and new features have been added. Among the new features is a way to store and compare words. It also makes it significantly easier to calibrate the library. Among other things I have augmented the documentation with a video for calibrating the latest version of the library. If you are interested in trying it before hand:
git clone -b 4.0-workingBranch https://github.com/arjo129/uSpeech.git
UPDATE: 4.0 is now mainstream, just go to the downloads page to download the latest version.
This is how to calibrate the phoneme recognizer:
The new API Docs will be coming up soon. I am in the process of getting it updated at codebender.cc so those of you who use it to program your arduino can enjoy the benefits of µSpeech
Complete list of changes:
- Update code bender support.
- Fix vowel detection.
- Package in Arduino IDE friendly format.
- Video documentation.
- Improve ease of use.
- New API for easy word recognition