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Voice Controlled Takeoff Video

Link to Voice Controlled APM 2.5 Project Discussion

Voice Controlled AR. Drone Blog By - John Wiseman

Link to HobbyTron Webpage Featuring the Voice Controlled Heli

Helicopter's Product Description:

Get your hands on the GYRO Heli command 3.5CH Electric RTF Voice Control RC Helicopter. You can actually control the movements of this amazing helicopter with your voice! Use voice commands like "Take Off" and "Turn Around" to control the helicopter. There are a total of 16 voice commands that you can speak into the included headset as well as a full function transmitter. Use both voice and transmitter controls at the same time for a new and unique way to fly your RC Helicopter. It can also be operated with two people at the same time with one using the Transmitter and one using the Headset! The Heli command features a coaxial rotor and a single rear rotor for precise movement and increased stability whether flying or hovering. This RC helicopter has a metal body making it strong yet light weight so you don't have to worry about breaking anything when you land it a bit too rough. It can go forward, backward, up, down, left, right and hover. At 8 inches long, an 8 inch wingspan and at 4 inches high this RC is the perfect size for indoor use! This product is suitable for ages of 8 and up and is ready to fly, there is no assembly necessary. The Heli command's integrated rechargeable battery charges off the transmitter, all you need to do is put 6 AA batteries (not included) into the transmitter and you're good to go. A must have for fans of helicopters, get the GYRO Heli command 3.5CH Electric RTF Voice Control RC Helicopter today!

Features:

  • Electric Powered
  • Built In GYRO
  • 3.5CH Transmitter
  • Coaxial Main Rotor
  • Single Rear Rotor
  • Metal Construction
  • Ready To Fly
  • Voice Commands:
    • Take Off
    • Fly Up
    • Fly Down
    • Backward
    • Forward
    • Turn Left
    • Turn Right
    • Turn Around
    • Spiral Up
    • Drop Down
    • Dance
    • Three Point Maneuver
    • Circle Strafe
    • Orbit
    • Drift Maneuver
    • Double Dash

Includes:

  • GYRO Heli command 3.5CH Electric RTF Voice Control RC Helicopter
  • IR Transmitter
  • Headset
  • Spare Rotors

Specifications:

  • Length: 8 Inches
  • Wingspan: 8 Inches
  • Height: 4 Inches

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Comment by Mark on March 17, 2013 at 10:20pm

Too bad you did not show on a video how it flies VIA voice control :-(

Comment by Joshua Johnson on March 17, 2013 at 10:21pm

I just started making videos with it but I have one video linked above with it taking off voice only.  I can't 100% figure out exactly how it works so I'm asking the Diydrones.com community if they would like to help me Mark.  So we can build a product that will work for the APM 2.5! 

Comment by Copter Richie on March 18, 2013 at 6:33am

Androids have voice recognition.

Comment by Sebastian Gralla on March 18, 2013 at 11:14am

Richie: that's not the point here, there are arduino shields that can do voice recognition:

https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10963

Comment by Copter Richie on March 18, 2013 at 11:22am

No, I understood the point but I failed to make my point. There are many ways of adding voice recognition, the Android is just one way.

Comment by Joshua Johnson on March 18, 2013 at 11:56am

@Richie,  have you used any of the different voice recongnition hardware/software?

@Sebastian,  do you know anyone who owns the EasyVR Shield?

Comment by Copter Richie on March 18, 2013 at 12:19pm

@Joshua, not in connection with the Arduino or a FC but other applications yes. Hard part is training it. :)

Comment by Copter Richie on March 18, 2013 at 12:27pm

P.S. One of the MAJOR Problems with VR in my opinion is background noise. It does not know the difference.

Comment by Joshua Johnson on March 18, 2013 at 12:28pm

@Richie,  Do you think building something that functions really well and is easy to set up is needed for our community? If I created a group or discussion would you be interested in joining and helping out? :)

Comment by Copter Richie on March 18, 2013 at 12:31pm

@Joshua, this is just my opinion, it would be very interesting to discuss and see where it leads too. Personally, I think there is enough danger and negative publicity involved with these DIY drones right now to bring something like to to reality.

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