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  • A little demo of the speech recognition coming to openMobile (as discussed at CES)



    Those of you in a hurry just jump to the 2min mark to see the impressive stuff.

    Direct link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CONkPcpLwms
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    Wow... that is impressive. This certainly is a feature no other front-end has been able to implement as effectively.

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    • #3
      Wow!!! Very impressive!
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      • #4
        wow, I so cannot wait to begin using this
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        • #5
          You had me at Joe's Pizza!

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          • #6
            Is it cross platform?
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            • #7
              Originally posted by kev000 View Post
              Is it cross platform?
              If i could do it on Linux i would be a linuxICE developer right now

              Windows only (their latest recognition is probably the best in the world)...requires xp or higher although vista or 7 are recommended for best results.

              Unfortunately, unless nuance changes their minds and ports their sdk to Linux, Linux probably won't be seeing speech recognition for quite a while.
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              • #8
                lets see that same demo with some looped background noise
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Sonicxtacy02 View Post
                  lets see that same demo with some looped background noise
                  send me a noise track
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                  • #10
                    Sweet!! Combine this with a good mic and noise should not be a problem (even in a running car).

                    Will this also handle non american names?
                    I guess I have to pronounce them in an "american" way but some of the speech recognition software that I've tried before have had problems as soon as you start to go outside of "main street" language.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by justchat_1 View Post
                      If i could do it on Linux i would be a linuxICE developer right now

                      Windows only (their latest recognition is probably the best in the world)...requires xp or higher although vista or 7 are recommended for best results.

                      Unfortunately, unless nuance changes their minds and ports their sdk to Linux, Linux probably won't be seeing speech recognition for quite a while.

                      Incredible!... I have a car pc with windows on it also. Will it work with any windows based navigation software? Better yet, since it is not made for Linux, can it be ran using wine to interact with Navit in LinuxICE2...or a windows version of Navit???
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Borte View Post
                        Sweet!! Combine this with a good mic and noise should not be a problem (even in a running car).

                        Will this also handle non american names?
                        I guess I have to pronounce them in an "american" way but some of the speech recognition software that I've tried before have had problems as soon as you start to go outside of "main street" language.
                        Exactly...I was using a directional mic and didn't have any problems. Right now its for north american navigation only but support for other languages (and regions) are possible if the product is successful. The full navigation feature I showed is only about 90% accurate so some of the very complicated street names may have to resort to the step by step method.

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                        give me some sample addresses and I can tell you for sure though.
                        Originally posted by locs4dayz View Post
                        Incredible!... I have a car pc with windows on it also. Will it work with any windows based navigation software? Better yet, since it is not made for Linux, can it be ran using wine to interact with Navit in LinuxICE2...or a windows version of Navit???
                        Originally posted by justchat_1 View Post
                        requires xp or higher although vista or 7 are recommended for best results.
                        openMobile will use a windows version of navit (when its mature enough). The recognition engine will be available for licensing for other navigation products but its up to them to link the two.

                        I can also tell you that licensing for this product will be free for non-commercial use and only with openMobile. Licensing for other use can be done either on a user by user basis or as a site license.
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                        • #13
                          I can only dream of what your StreetDeck voice plug in would have been since you were so close to completing it. Will openmobile someday be a streetdeck replacement with a cool graphical interface too?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by justchat_1 View Post
                            give me some sample addresses and I can tell you for sure though.
                            Here's one address you can test (it has special Norwegian characters in it so might be hard to test but it's a good sample)

                            street: Storgata 1,
                            postal: 2821 Gjøvik,
                            Contry: Norway


                            Originally posted by justchat_1 View Post
                            openMobile will use a windows version of navit (when its mature enough). The recognition engine will be available for licensing for other navigation products but its up to them to link the two.

                            I can also tell you that licensing for this product will be free for non-commercial use and only with openMobile. Licensing for other use can be done either on a user by user basis or as a site license.
                            Does this mean that the engine can not be customized to send any commands that an user wants to?
                            Can it only support "predefined" plugins like NavIt or will it be able to handle any plugin a user can create? I'd love to have this work for any plugin!
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Borte View Post
                              Here's one address you can test (it has special Norwegian characters in it so might be hard to test but it's a good sample)

                              street: Storgata 1,
                              postal: 2821 Gjøvik,
                              Contry: Norway



                              Does this mean that the engine can not be customized to send any commands that an user wants to?
                              Can it only support "predefined" plugins like NavIt or will it be able to handle any plugin a user can create? I'd love to have this work for any plugin!
                              Yea unfortunately English only for now, followed by Spanish, French and German.

                              Editing of the engine is not required, custom commands can be loaded through the framework.
                              Any nav plugin that fully implements the INavigation interface will work, not just Navit.

                              Originally posted by BlackStealth View Post
                              I can only dream of what your StreetDeck voice plug in would have been since you were so close to completing it. Will openmobile someday be a streetdeck replacement with a cool graphical interface too?
                              openMobile already has a much cooler graphical interface, it just needs a little more content.
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