That... is truly awesome.
That... is truly awesome.
It doesnt like the random command eh ?? Are you using SAPI 5.1 Engligh version ?? I'm curious because your accent doesnt seem to throw it off, although from what I've read in the DEV articles of SAPI that accents shouldnt matter.
Also with the volume turned up to 100% it's still able to hear your command... this must mean you have a mic on your body with noice cancellation, such a a "head set mic"
I'm curious to see a test of you giving it commands at 50+ mph w/ windows rolled down.. I've run into this problem w/ developing speach reco in my front end.. noise cancellation can only go so far and it seems the slightest wind noise isn't cancelled out correctly therefore seriously decreasing recognition proficiency.
Are you using some sort of "hypothetical" code in your reco or is your app just waiting to see if SAPI truely heard the command ?? I've been re-working a system using the hypothesis event in SAPI incase SAPI doesn't hear a command all the way it will still look at the hypoth statement and think out the best solution using what it partially heard...
Thanks for your input, great demo...
Progress [I will seriously never be done!]
Via EPIA MII
OEM GPS (embedded)
nLite WinXP pro on
1GB Extreme III CF card
Carnetix 1260 startup/ DC-DC regulator
Software: Still, re-Writing my existing front end in .Net
He actually said, "'Ere, go down the ol' apples 'n' pears and get us a capaa tea me dears, I'm parched", whereby Aimee proceeded to drive to the the petrol station and parallel parked in his living room on its return
Actually, watch the 'Random' button, it toggled every single time he said Random with it on screen. Eg, it worked every single dang time. It's a toggle, not an activator. He would say Random again to turn random off.Originally Posted by IntellaWorks
I'm modifying the SAPI 5.1 SDK samples to work better with what I'm doing. The camera I used to record it (my Canon Powershot A70) didn't truely reflect the actual noise of the audio coming from my speakers. The volume at 100% was loud enough, and with the microphone sitting on the desk 2ft away from my mouth, pointing away from me (the microphone is used for recognition is the one on the webcamera you saw in the "Camera" screen, and pointing in the direction that the camera was pointing)
I have not tried it in the car yet, this only code that I have been working on today. I have ordered a new microphone from Ebay, which is *apparantly* uni-directional and noise-cancelling, I will try it in the car in a few days with both mics (the webcam and the other mic)
I've not modified the hypothetical code yet, however I will look into it depending on the outcome of the tests!
Cheers for the feedback so far.