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PlayStation 2 Touchscreen Robot Remote

This is a project I've been working on for a while.

It's supposed to be a robot remote control. I have had it working as a remote but currently it's in the middle of an upgrade so it doesn't really control anything yet.

As you can see it uses a PlayStation 2 controller as one of the input devices. There's an enclosure strapped to the front of the controller.

Here's a side view to give you an idea of how the two main parts join together.

Navigates around and talks
Using a
So this is a robot that I threw together very quickly, so its not that nice. For Christmas, I got the Parallax Emic 2 text-to-speech module and the EasyVR voice … Read more
Performs speech recognition and control a few LEDs. It can be used to speech control anything.
  In this project I connect my Arduino Board to a WiFly module (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10822) from Roving Networks and stream audio to the PC, so that … Read more

Speech Recognition with Arduino

In this project I use BitVoicer’s speech recognition features (http://www.bitsophia.com/BitVoicer.aspx), one Arduino board and one electret microphone (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/9964) to control a few LEDs.

EasyVR to Picaxe-28X1

Hi!

I have bought a "Start here V 2.0" robot kit, with a Picaxe-28x1 IC, and Picaxe-28 Project board. I want to get the robot to take voice commands, and be able to talk back, and have been looking at the EasyVR Module.

But reading the manual for the EasyVR I can't figure out how to program the module trough the Picaxe microcontroller. Is this at all posible?

The manual mentions ROBONOVA, Arduino and Parallax Basic Stamp and says that they have a "bridge" program, but doesn't mention Picaxe.

Hand-free dialing landline phone with EasyVR stuff

I know I digress from the theme of robots, but knowing that there are many electronics "cracks" on this forum, I hope find here solutions