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    haha whoops im stupid. I didnt read your post saying your AIM name. my bad

    Also I have recieved a lot of requests for my plugin - in case I forgot here is the URL of where it will be (the DLL is there now, but Im trying to figure out how to use microsofts merge modules to package the speech API with it - any suggestions?)

    http://www.kevmotech.com/trivoice
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    Ive been looking over some of the older posts in here, some talk about "Today's Technology" etc etc. I know I am going to get yelled at because of this, but in respect to VR, Charles, I dont think you are up to date on todays technology. Have you ever used an application that utilized MS SAPI 5.0? I know VoodooVoice used 4.0, which I will admit took some processing power and wasnt very accurate. I won't even go into lower versions. However, SAPI 5 is MUCH better than SAPI 4, it is faster (better loading times as well as recognition times), and has higher accuracy. It also has more features. It doesnt need any special hardware (DSP cards etc), or even all that fast of a processor (as Mellman put it earlier, if you can't afford a K6-2 450, why are you building a carputer?). Ok so say you don't like MS (me included ). There are plenty of alternatives. I havent looked around, but I think IBM has something, plus there is ViaVoice (if i got stuff wrong there dont yell at me, I know there are alternatives, I just havent looked into them).

    So as far as technology goes, voice recognition has come a LONG way. The algorithms behind it are getting more accurate and faster.

    You can contact me on AIM @ DustDvlKC if you want to discuss the algorithms and such more - I have done a little work with them, and while I'm no expert, I have a basic understanding of how they work.

    I hope smashr made the video today, because otherwise this argument is going nowhere really fast.
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    now, this is what i really want to hear. I will give VR a try this week and if everything works out and i like what i see, you can bet i will prolly make C3 VR or maybe C4
    nice job guys.
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    Red face

    as I write this Charles is on 666 posts..... im freakin out now!
    Project - GAME OVER :(

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    Cool

    hehehe the devil
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    Originally posted by Charles Enwesi:
    <STRONG>hehehe the devil</STRONG>

    as far as im concerned voice rec in a car system might as well be the work of the devil..... praise the lord!!! (now break out into the james brown church scene from blues brothers)
    Project - GAME OVER :(

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    The way I see it is that voice control is the anti-devil. It makes having a carputer safer - hands free control! Sure maybe someone will argue that by thinking what song you want you are being an unsafe driver, but then again it's not as unsafe as fiddling around with controls trying to find some song.
    - Experience varies directly with equipment broken ---------- Kevmo

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    word to kevmo

    thats one of the reasons i want it... specially since im a "new" driver
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    me new driver too which is another reason why iu went for character display, anyway im going to be getting a pioneed sterring whell remote that straps on to steering wheel and has 11 or something buttons which seems a good idea, still have to look at screen though.

    plus id get way to frustrated if the voice reocognising software couldnt understand my voice and played a diff song, when the mood wasnt right

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    the trivoice plugin really doesn't like me that much

    but im having great sucess with the voodoo voice plugin.. and i bet with some training it'd be a whole lot better
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