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Roboguy    794
I assume he wants us to read the about page, although there isn't much info there either... although, when it's released, I'd be happy to compile a Mac binary, for people that don't want to compile it themselves. You do already have some done right? december seems a little early for a video game with speech recognition and, I assume, 3D(since you have a [currently broken] link to a 3D models page), especially if you don't have much done yet

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I'm not flaming but, speech recognition?

Good lord you're in for a world of problems.

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darookie    1441
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I'm not flaming but, speech recognition?

Good lord you're in for a world of problems.

Actually - he isn't. Speech recognistion is a very well explored research field these days and many (even some free) libraries and SDK's are available that do a fairly good job.
MS' free speech SDK for example needs a very short training phase of only a few (read: less than 5) minutes. After the training it works very well (and that was some years ago, I guess current version are even better).

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Roboguy    794
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I'm not flaming but, speech recognition?

Good lord you're in for a world of problems.

Actually - he isn't. Speech recognistion is a very well explored research field these days and many (even some free) libraries and SDK's are available that do a fairly good job.
MS' free speech SDK for example needs a very short training phase of only a few (read: less than 5) minutes. After the training it works very well (and that was some years ago, I guess current version are even better).
MacOSX also has a good free speech SDK, it doesn't _require_ any training(although it helps to train it). And, actually, it's integrated into the Finder(the MacOSX equivalent of Explorer), it's set up so you can do almost anything you can do with the mouse(Opening folders, running applications, even playing chess), just by speaking to it. You could use precompiler code to detect the target OS, and pick which SDK to use(for Linux and other UNIXes, you would need to find something else, though)

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