HomePULSARvol. 2 no. 1 (2013)

Voice Command Activated Device for Television

Aldon P. Acebu | Christine J. Saladaga | Saddam O. Plang | Reynaldo D. Deypalubos

Discipline: Engineering



This research was intended to develop a device that would provide convenience to the user in manipulating a television set. Qualitative and Quantitative method of research was employed to assess the reliability of observations and findings from the developed system. It helped the researchers to prove and understand the principles in conducting the Voice Command Activated Device for Television. The first phase was the Experimental Development which meets specified objectives in order to ensure that input and output of each device used in the system reached the desired result. The second phase was the Descriptive Method which is the process of observing and describing the performance of the system through interpreting the data gathered. It was observed that the Voice- Command Activated Device for television was an accurate device for detecting the voice of the user to change the channel and any other specific functions. The evaluators find the device as user friendly.