Tag Archives: Speech API

Android Ultimate Plugin tutorial part 5 – Speech to text


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Speech to text feature and before anything else we want to tell you that this features will only work when there’s an internet connection on  your device else it will just throw an error event.

Android Ultimate Plugin tutorial part 6 – Text to speech


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Text to Speech feature and here we go.

Note: few changes we move Speech Recognizer and Text to Speech on SpeechPlugin class starting from version 1.3.2

The Arduino Plant with JavaScript voice recognition


via The Arduino Plant with JavaScript voice recognition.

George has got light, temperature, soil moisture and two motion sensors for watching the world. He complains if any of the values from the sensors are excessive and is able interact with people by answering simple questions with the help of JavaScript voice recognition. George has got a simple face in the form of an 8×8, red LED board that can display basic expressions as well as turn his eyes into the direction where people are approaching from.

Building a Mobile Javascript Powered Audio Player


via Building a Mobile Javascript Powered Audio Player.

As some of you might know, I’m addicted to HTML5 and JavaScript APIs.

I’ve written many tutorials discussing APIs such as the getUserMedia API, the Web Speech API, the Screen Orientation API, and I also have a dedicated repository on GitHub.

In this article I’ll show you how to create a simple JavaScript API-powered audio player that employs several APIs to improve the experience for people using a mobile device.

Voice controlling an Zumo Robot for Arduino using NodeJS, MQTT, WebSockets, Johnny-Five and the Google Speech API


via markwest1972/voice-controlled-zumo · GitHub.

The software for Version 1.0 of the Robot can be found here. The is a stable release of the Robot is based upon an Arduino Uno, Zumo Shield and JCY-MY Bluetooth module.

Version 2.0 of the Robot is now under development. This utilises a Raspberry PI, and adds WiFi and a USB Web Camera to the mix. Note that the contents of the Master Branch will be unstable during the development process.