Control Two LEDS with an Arduino and bitVoicer




So what I want to do here is do several things with two LEDs with speech recognition

I’m using bitvoicer you can get it here

Step 1: Part List

So I’m doing this with as little parts as I can, here’s the list:

Green LED

Red LED

Breadboard

1k Resistor

Jumper CablesControl Two LEDS with an Arduino and bitVoicer




Computer

Computer Mic(you can use a microphone

Ardunio (I’m using the UNO but any kind will work)

bitVoicer you can get that here

Step 2: How to setup your LEDs

Place 3 jumper wires in pin3 (the red LED), pin5 (the green LED) and Gnd on the digital side of the arduino.

Set up your breadboard so that the cathode(negative) sides of the LEDs are connected to a resistor, and then to a common ground. Doing it this way means we only need a single resistor and ground pin. The other legs (Positive) of the LEDs should be in pin 5 for the green LED, and pin 3 for the red LED. Good now we got the LEDs connected to our arduino. Now we’ll go on to coding

Step 3: Coding

Download the Sketch and Voice Scheme attached and open the sketch with the arduino software and open the voice scheme with bitVoicer. Upload the sketch to your arduinoControl Two LEDS with an Arduino and bitVoicer Schematic

Step 4: Running the Program

Plug your computer microphone in and start the voice scheme in bitVoicer.

It should work great.

Feel free to comment your thoughts.

 

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