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Hello to all,
I'd like to announce the platform OpenInterface (www.openinterface.org)
founded by SIMILAR -The European taskforce creating human-machine
interfaces SIMILAR to human-human communication (IST - FP6) .
It's a C++ component-based multi-platform able to connect components in
C/C++, Matlab and Java for now.
The goal of this platform is to facilitate the design of multimodal
We have integrated ARToolkit (for gestual interactions) and Sphinx (for
speech recognition commands) as components into the platform.
The first platform version (for Linux) as well as the components used
in the DEMO can be downloaded at
Installation instructions can be found here:
The graphical editor and a windows version are coming soon...I hope ;)
Thanks for your feedback,
Leach, Matthew wrote:
> Hello Alex,
> I've used Microsoft's Speech SDK with ARToolkit:
> It isn't open source but was fairly easy to implement. You can create
> grammar rules using XML, but I only used it to respond to keywords.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-artoolkit@h ..................
> [mailto:owner-artoolkit@h ..................] On Behalf Of Alexandre
> Sent: 07 September 2006 23:01
> To: artoolkit
> Subject: Speech recognition
> I am looking to incorporate speech recognition in my AR project.
> Has people in the Ar community had experience with it and can recommend
> any speech recognition softwares, preferably open source.
> Also is there other forum related to AR I should post that kind of more
> general questions?
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