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Nunchuck text-to-speech unit. Very low cost TVout/Arduino based

Nunchuck text to speech unit Very low cost TVout Nunchuck text to speech unit. Very low cost TVout/Arduino basedintroNunchuck words-to-parlance figure. Very low salary TVout/Arduino basedPurpose: Lowest manageable salary words- to-parlance figure for the limping, possibly indeveloping countries. Stand-alone (i.e. not PC based)Input summit: Unmodified Wii Nunchuck. In this prototype I am using the thumb joystick to navigate the words menubut could also be done by tilting the ‘chuck and using theaccelerometers (rank sensors) inside. Letters are selected by pressing one of the two buttons on the rein ofthe Nunchuck.Display: Connects to any normal TV (PAL or NTSC) via touchstone yellow "videoin" plug.Computer: Arduino board - turn on the power (volley) and you are readyto go.Software: Based on the MIT "TV-out" gadgetry which neatly lets anArduino "stratagem" a TV into displaying a basic tableau withoutusing any style of graphics or video card. I own modified this software to create a artless alphabetfrom which you can select knowledge and make parlance with the nunchuck. Thishas to be done within the limitations of the Arduino as the TVoutsoftware uses a barrow of the RAM to create the tableau.Speech conversion: The selected parlance are then sent to a serial "words to parlance"module connected to a dry loudspeaker. This gives the vocal words.Cost: Total salary < $100.Other input options: – If a wireless nunchuck is used, the user can transact with noconnecting wires so absence as TV is in the room somewhere nearby. – Currently uses 2 Arduino boards (one decodes the Nunchuck message). If aartless keypad or rub of switches were used instead, a single Arduinowould be enough to do everything. I am a substantial nut of the Nunchuck as aninput summit though.