Wireless Speech Recognition ..

Speech recognition is now primarily wireless; We've migrated fast, to universal wireless access-communcation devices.

Often, the speech recognition is remote based - And the better signal we send it, the better it performs.

Here, we hope you'll find ideas, technology or projects using hands free and/or mobile devices to make wireless speech recognition a rewarding and useful universal tool!

Monday, May 03, 2010


 Our hat is off to eMicrophones.com for their Sennheiser ME 3 Headset Microphone, manufactured exclusively for eMicrophones by Sennheiser.

 The ME 3 has received raving reviews from users worldwide, both for musical use, speech applications and in all scenarios where superb performance and noise-canceling are a prerequisite.

Here's a quick video about the ME 3 from eMicrophones..

 If you are seeking a superior microphone with unparalleled support from it's vendor, the Sennheiser ME 3 from eMicrophones.com is a best bet!

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Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Robotic tongues improving speech recognition..

  The article we found today, can be read here.

  But, the video below kind of "tells the story"!

      Pretty cool... Eh?


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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Now there is voice dial for the iPhone!

 A company named "Makayama" has released a voice dial for the iPhone, with interesting features..

 · Click to read the manufactiurer's article · 

  • Record voice samples for any address book contact - speak to dial it's number.

  • It's multilingual, and semi-trainable.

  •     Here's the YouTube video:

     It's received rather glowing reviews from Engadget & Gizmodo, who can both be tough to impress.

      The manufacturer's article can be read here.


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    Tuesday, July 15, 2008

     Google is now utilizing speech recognition indexing of the spoken audio in videos! Users you can search for spoken text in a video, but for now, only in selected videos only (Political Videos).

     · Click to view the gadget's page in Google's website · 
     Check out the new feature by adding the Google Election Video Search Gadget to your iGoogle page, or view the gadget on their as a standalone page. The gadget works by adding little yellow markers to the timeline letting you know where the word occurs.

     Google isn't the first site to combine speech recognition with video search. Blinkx and EveryZing offer the services; But now that the 800 pound gorilla has entered the online video spoken audio search world - look for this market to evolve quickly, and our bet is on Google for leading the pack, of course.


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    Wednesday, June 25, 2008

     We won't waste any ink on the Windows Live Space referenced here;
    It has to be visited to be understood.
    But be assured it's not a complicated, ugly/busy site that's cryptic in its content.

    If you have any inclination, now or soon, to begin using the ultra-powerful
    Macros for Windows Speech Recognition you must visit this website... !!

      Windows Speech Recognition Macros




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     Speereo's PR Manager, who left a kind comment to our last posting about their super-cool Voice Translator has alerted us to another product, titled "Sapie", which has received rather glowing reviews by 3rd parties.

     · Click to visit Sapie's website · 
     We haven't tested it yet, but here is a pretty comprehensive overview/review of Sapie, that is well worth reading.

     In the meantime.. Take a look at this performance comparison chart!

    We hope to be speaking with Speereo's PR Manager, Gleb Klimshin fairly soon and he's promised to discuuss some Wireless Speech Programs they've developed..If they are up to par with Speereo's other products..


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    Saturday, June 21, 2008

     National Instruments "LabVIEW Real-Time Modules", that develop reliable and deterministic applications deployed to a variety of scalable hardware targets is vigorously now using Windows Speech Recognition ("WSR") to both program and test their development.

     · Click to read about Labview software, from the National Instrument's website · 

     A video is worth a few thousand words:
      Click here to see a very interesting demonstration...!!


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    Wednesday, June 18, 2008

      Via XEconomy, today;

     "If a Texas district court grants an injunction sought by Burlington, MA-based Nuance Communications (NASDAQ: NUAN), it could force Yahoo to shut down the voice-enabled version of its mobile search platform. The search tool is powered by software from Vlingo, a Cambridge, MA-based startup Nuance sued yesterday for alleged patent infringement.

     The Yahoo (NASDAQ: YHOO) platform, called oneSearch with Voice, works on Blackberry Pearl, Blackberry Curve, and Blackberry 8800 series smartphones, and allows users to enter Web search queries such as “Boston Red Sox scores” or “United Airlines Flight 541″ simply by speaking them into the device. Vlingo’s deal to get its speech recognition technology included in oneSearch was seen as a major coup for the Harvard Square startup, which has about 35 employees and recently closed a $20 million Series B financing round led by Yahoo.

     Nuance filed its lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, a jurisdiction famous for favoring plaintiffs in patent-infringement cases. Xconomy obtained a copy of Nuance’s complaint. It alleges that Vlingo’s speech recognition software—including “without limitation, products and services Vlingo is supplying to Yahoo! oneSearch”—infringes on U.S. Patent No. 6,766,295, which was issued to Nuance engineers Hy Murviet and Ashvin Kannan in 2004. The patent covers a technique for making computerized transcription of a users’ speech more accurate over time using audio samples from multiple sessions such as phone calls.

     The suit seeks unspecified monetary damages and attorney fees, and also asks the court to “preliminarily and permanently restrain” Vlingo and its business partners from making, using, and selling the allegedly infringing software. Those partners would presumably include Yahoo's 'one search with Voice' platform."


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