Voice Activated Controls
Dean at cognation.net
Tue Feb 27 02:28:53 CET 2007
I was going to mention sphinx (or even a lumenvox installation), but
this would require people to have an asterisk installation if they were
going to run this application.
An ASP service will always offer more accuracy and functionality and
needn't be too expensive.
Hell if you are going to install asterisk on a home server may as well
buy a Mexuar Corraleta license (www.mexuar.com) so you can do the calls
via a browser :)
dean at mexuar.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: community-bounces at lists.openmoko.org [mailto:community-
> bounces at lists.openmoko.org] On Behalf Of jeff
> Sent: Monday, 26 February 2007 8:01 PM
> To: community at lists.openmoko.org
> Subject: Re: Voice Activated Controls
> 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
> pocketsphinx... The page does say it works with StrongARM, which if
> reading wikipedia correctly was just 206MHz.
> > You need to start thinking bigger guys.
> > Why does the processing need to occur on the handset itself? What
> > building a 'cloud' application where the application and processing
> > occurs with only a sip or gsm connection to the handset?
> > Check out http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Tellme for an idea on
> > I am describing.
> This is a nice idea to offload processing to another box and spit back
> results. One big problem I have with the Tellme approach is that it
> as it's using some service provider. Blah for me there. That said,
> reason the ideas behind it couldn't be implemented freely.
> I've done speech recognition with sphinx and asterisk. It doesn't work
> great--the main problem being that GSM is a pretty low quality sample
for it to
> work with. You know how you can never understand anyone talking on a
> phone? ;) Well, sphinx can't understand it too well either. But
> (which I haven't tried) lists on their page "telephone-bandwidth
> looks promising.
> For SIP, you need some sort of net connection, of course, and I think
> assume that that is coming. Then you can use alaw/ulaw instead of GSM
> will help recognition quite a bit...
> -Jeff / #jebba
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