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ACH SpeakUp Multimeter Demo



Author: Andrew Hazelden

Last Updated: 2014-10-11

Category: Audio & Speech

Downloaded: 476 times

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License: MIT license  

This project shows how to use the SpeakUp Click board as a standalone device with a multimeter acting as a display to show feedback from each of the voice commands. There is an accompanying 10.5 minute long step-by-step video tutorial that shows how to create this project from the beginning.

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