Title

Senior Project: Voice Recognition

Document Type

Poster

Event Website

https://source2022.sched.com/

Start Date

16-5-2022

End Date

16-5-2022

Keywords

Voice Recognition, LabVIEW, Diversity, Disability

Abstract

This project simulates a system in which an output is controlled via voice commands. In this project, a graphical programming platform called LabVIEW was used along with a desktop microphone, LEDs, and resistors. The purpose of this project is to aid those with physical disabilities that may prevent them from manually activating a light in a room. If they are unable to use their hands, then lights that recognizes voice commands would be a beneficial alternative. Depending on the command that is stated into the microphone, an indicator on the front panel of LabVIEW will be activated simultaneously with the digital output using Data Acquisition, or DAQ, sent to the LEDSs on a breadboard. The code that was used was created by a youtuber named RAHULMNAIR, who provided the code to the public and is being modified for this project.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Jeff Wilcox, Lad Holden

Department/Program

Electronic Engineering Technology

Additional Mentoring Department

Electronic Engineering Technology

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Senior Project: Voice Recognition

This project simulates a system in which an output is controlled via voice commands. In this project, a graphical programming platform called LabVIEW was used along with a desktop microphone, LEDs, and resistors. The purpose of this project is to aid those with physical disabilities that may prevent them from manually activating a light in a room. If they are unable to use their hands, then lights that recognizes voice commands would be a beneficial alternative. Depending on the command that is stated into the microphone, an indicator on the front panel of LabVIEW will be activated simultaneously with the digital output using Data Acquisition, or DAQ, sent to the LEDSs on a breadboard. The code that was used was created by a youtuber named RAHULMNAIR, who provided the code to the public and is being modified for this project.

https://digitalcommons.cwu.edu/source/2022/CEPS/34