In his 350th blog post, Andrew Hazelden published a tutorial on using SpeakUp, our speech recognition click board.

“The SpeakUp Utility makes it easy to record custom voice commands and tie them to actions,” says Andrew. If it was the other way around, and the SpeakUp was to write a review of Andrew, it would say: “Andrew’s perfect enunciation makes it very easy to understand custom voice commands and execute them.”

You’ll benefit from his immaculate narration too, as Andrew explains practically everything there is to know about SpeakUp in 10 minutes.

If you haven’t heard of him yet, Libstock award winner Andrew Hazelden often writes about his projects involving MikroElektronika tools on his blog. Most recently he covered the use of the Pi click shield with Sht1x and Thumbstick click.

While speaking of Speakup, here’s another clip. SpeakUp mounted on a FlowPaw playing some tunes from Spotify.

More updates on FlowPaw coming soon.

Yours sincerely,

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