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BeagleBone Robotic Projects by Richard Grimmett

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Providing the capability to interpret your commands and have your robot initiate an action

Now that your robot can both speak and listen, let's see if you can make it respond to your commands.

Prepare for lift off

Now that the system can both hear and speak, you want to provide the capability to respond to your speech and execute some commands based on the speech input. Now you're going to configure the system to respond to simple commands.

Engage thrusters

In order to respond, you're going to edit the continuous.c code in the /home/ubuntu/src/programs directory. You could create your own C file, but this file is already set up in the makefile system and is an excellent starting spot. I like to make a copy of the current file into continuous.c.old ...

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