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Vista DIY – How to Use Speech Recognition in Windows Vista!

If you have been running Vista and haven’t messed around with the speech recognition function, this might be a great time to do it and Vista4Beginners.com has a great guide on how to use the speech recognition feature in Windows Vista.

In this article I will talk once more about Windows Speech Recognition and how to benefit from all its advanced configuration options. I will show you how to create new speech profiles and how to manage them, how to add vocabularies or change the existing ones used by the tool. Other topics that will be covered

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Google Android Open Source Official!

Google Android, an mobile open-source platform is now available for download.  (Yes, it’s official now!)

Based on the Linux platform, this Google Android might become really big, maybe even much bigger than the iPhone market.

I really think this Android will live long as its based on open-source linux, meaning we should even have college textbooks that will study how Android wor

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Speech Controlled Wheel Chair

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDvF975JVMQ

I believe speech controlled wheel chairs have been around for years but here’s a DIY version.

[Amnon] sent in this demo of his groups voice controlled wheel chair. I couldn’t find any details, but sometimes just a demo is enough to find some new inspiration. They connected a hm2007 speech recognition kit to an Innovation FIRST controller board on an electric wheel chair chasis. Additional sensors detect stairs and other obstacles.

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