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'[OT] speech recognition'
1999\11\19@163203 by Nick Taylor

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The December '99 issue of "Popular Electronics" has the first part of
a two part article on the HM2007 speech recognition chip ... pretty
cool if your application can understand voice commands.

- Nick -

1999\11\19@164823 by M. Adam Davis

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It also says Popular Electronics and Electronics Now are merging...
<sigh>  They certianly aren't going to have the same amount of content
as the two seperately did...

(plus I just don't like the name... "Poptronics"...bleah)

-Adam

"I've finally learned what `upward compatible' means. It means we get to
keep all our old mistakes." -- Dennie van Tassel

Nick Taylor wrote:
>
> The December '99 issue of "Popular Electronics" has the first part of
> a two part article on the HM2007 speech recognition chip ... pretty
> cool if your application can understand voice commands.
>
>  - Nick -

1999\11\21@150634 by l.allen

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> The December '99 issue of "Popular Electronics" has the first part of
> a two part article on the HM2007 speech recognition chip ... pretty
> cool if your application can understand voice commands.
>

The topic of Sensory's voice recognition chips came up a while ago
but there wasn't a whole lot of specific's.. from memory.

I have finally got my grubby little paws on a Voice Direct evaluation
board and in stand alone mode it seems to work quite well as long
as you say the word command the same way you did when you
recorded it.
Has anyone connected to it in host mode.. i.e. with a PIC (nothing
else will do) and what are the gotcha's?

Further..... has anyone gone to the continuous listening/speaker
independent voice recognition chips RSC164/264/364 ?

Thanx in advance



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Lance Allen
Technical Officer
Uni of Auckland
Psych Dept
New Zealand

http://www.psych.auckland.ac.nz

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1999\11\21@151848 by John Hansen

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<x-flowed>At 09:05 AM 11/22/99 +1200, Lance Allen wrote:
> > The December '99 issue of "Popular Electronics" has the first part of
> > a two part article on the HM2007 speech recognition chip ... pretty
> > cool if your application can understand voice commands.
> >

I've been experimenting with the HM 2007 for the past year and have been
somewhat disappointed in its performance.  It does work, though it is
supposed to recognize 40 words... as the number of words you add increases,
it gets worse.  I've still not been able to get it to recognize the word
"six".  Also, at least some web sources seem to indicate that it is no
longer in production.  That would make it an interesting thing to
experiment with, but I'd be careful about incorporating it into commercial
designs.

I've not tried voice direct yet, but I probably will

John Hansen

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1999\11\23@101235 by Maik Stohn

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I've wrote some code for the VoiceDirect module (without the eval. board)
a while ago.

The hardest thing to find out was that the DATA and the SlaveHandShake
signal must be pulled up to Vdd ( nothing in the documentation...:-( ).

All the other coding was straight forward with the manual (download it
from sensoryinc.com)

BYE MAIK


On Mon, 22 Nov 1999, Lance Allen wrote:

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'[OT] Speech Recognition'
2005\07\02@150537 by Dennis Crawley
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Hi all,
I wonder if somone knows how this computer recognize voices, and if it is
related with Sensory INC.

This mail has arrived yesterday.

Regards,
Dennis Crawley

----------------------------------------------------------------------
2005
Report #34
3:00 p.m. CDT, Friday, July 1, 2005
Mission Control Center, Houston

<snip>

Monday, Phillips performed a training procedure and used a voice operated
computer system for the first time on Station. Called Clarissa, the system
was developed at NASA’s Ames Research Center in an effort to ease astronaut
workload. Clarissa is ‘hands-free’ and responds to astronauts’ voice
commands, reading procedure steps out loud as they work, helping keep track
of which steps have been completed, and supporting flexible voice-activated
alarms and timers.

<snip>

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2005\07\02@212036 by John Ferrell

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The function is readily available in the market for Windows.
I have a copy of IBM's Via Voice to install on the current system and I have Deloreme Street Atlas in the RV that does a good job with voice commands. You do have to train both to the speakers voice.

John Ferrell
http://DixieNC.US

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2005\07\11@095751 by alan smith

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might also be using fonix stuff....now being used in Xbox games as well

John Ferrell <spam_OUTjohnferrellTakeThisOuTspamearthlink.net> wrote:The function is readily available in the market for Windows.
I have a copy of IBM's Via Voice to install on the current system and I have Deloreme Street Atlas in the RV that does a good job with voice commands. You do have to train both to the speakers voice.

John Ferrell
http://DixieNC.US

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