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Title: Voice recognition
Post by: zhulien on 20:47, 12 September 22
I am not sure if there was ever a commercial voice recognition hardware for cpc, but this looks really cheap and from what it looks like can feed a cpc serial port with commands based on pre-learned voice commands. 

Might be cool.

Title: Re: Voice recognition
Post by: Gryzor on 21:22, 12 September 22
Ha I remember reading in a Pixel issue a long article about such a device for home computers. Must have been in the late eighties, and it sounded just like science fiction... 
Title: Re: Voice recognition
Post by: ComSoft6128 on 10:44, 13 September 22
I knew I'd seen it somewhere (bottom of page):

Review of the C64 version (page 6):

Review of the C64 version (page 23):

Title: Re: Voice recognition
Post by: zhulien on 19:07, 13 September 22
Voice master looks cool but I think these days speech recognition is much better.  Soon we might have dictation into tasword or protext... it is 100% possible now with the use of the m4 card and Google and another device such as a phone. 

It can work like this. Go to a dictation website developed for just that (I already have done this before using Chrome's voice recognition API).  On the cpc as a background task fetch anything dictated and if there is any, output it.

But... using a device like the one above which only costs au$12 will likely cut out the need for Google, Chrome and another device to speak into.
Title: Re: Voice recognition
Post by: GUNHED on 01:36, 14 September 22
This could be of interest too... err fail to upload PDF of 2,9 MB. It's the EasyVR-3 to be suggested.
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