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    Stetson.

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    Or you could call the robot Tiddles. Or go with 1960s radio favourite J. Peasemould Gruntfuttock. Unless these are terrible ideas and I shouldn't be posting until this putrid migraine passes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by focusrs View Post
    scott jr. Roboscott. Robobrat. Rg-ru. Electromike. Bot-towski. Ohmie.
    I like RG-RU.

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    A taste of what it takes to program speech on this guy;

    Words are made of phonemes, phonemes can be combined to alter other phonemes. Each phoneme is represented by a hex code ID.
    For example;

    The oo in "book" is called the OO phoneme and is represented as 17, the b on "book" is represented as B and hex code is OE and the K is 19. So to say Book you would use 0E 17 17 19 to tell the sound chip to spit out the word book.

    Here is something more complicated;
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