Voice Activated Controls

Mikko Rauhala mjrauhal at cc.helsinki.fi
Tue Feb 27 02:24:31 CET 2007

ma, 2007-02-26 kello 22:00 -0300, jeff kirjoitti:
> Dean Collins wrote:
> > The answer is no, the neo processing power is too limited.
> Or perhaps the answer is more like "maybe". ;)  I'm still holding my breath for 
> pocketsphinx...   The page does say it works with StrongARM, which if I'm 
> reading wikipedia correctly was just 206MHz.

Indeed, with a limited command set it shouldn't be impossible to do. If
Sphinx is for some reason not up to it, then something more focused
(read: less generic).

Quite a while back I tried a voice recognition package whose name I
sadly can't recall that did comparison to prerecorded samples (which
would, as you noted, be at least somewhat speaker dependent and the
training is a small bother, but nevertheless such a thing would do just
fine if you just want to activate predetermined functions). Worked
pretty well on an 486/66.

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