Multilingual speaking electronic dice
Electronic assembly using a TMS5100
(Texas Instruments Voice Synthesis)
This assembly is the modernized version of a talking electronic dice, described a long time ago, in a review of 1982.
This is a system that randomly generates numbers 1 to 6, which are both displayed on a display and announced by voice.
The speech synthesis is carried out by a TMS5100 circuit and the sentences are stored in an EEPROM. Two DIP switches allow you to choose the language: French, English, Dutch or German.
Signal conversion and display management are carried out by a specifically programmed GAL circuit.
To be able to read these memories, we have developed a small adapter module that can be used with the NG test bench.
Diction of numbers 1 to 6:
This assembly was inspired by various publications published in the magazines Elektor and Electronique pratique in 1981/1982.
This achievement is not publicly available, in any form whatsoever (free or paid).