This project has been prepared by Kon-Hyong Kim (kk336), Tae Yong “Tim” Chung (tc228), and Kevin Jin-Ho Ham (kh272) for ECE 476 in Spring 2007.
Why use a mouse when you have a voice?
Inspired by Apple’s chess program, we attempted to create a voice initiated chess game in which one could play without having to worry about using a finger. Using a combination of micro-controllers and voice recognition chips, we managed to create one where two players can play this game in real time. The chessboard will be shown onto a TV screen realtime, where two users can play chess with each other using only their voices. We will show how this was created through several different perspectives: in software, hardware, initialization, and as a whole. Hopefully, you can enjoy this program as much as we did.