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Google Voice Controls Giant LED Display 66

Posted by kdawson
from the can-you-understand-me-now dept.
compumike writes "What geek among us has never thought about how cool it would be if you could call your computer and have it do stuff? Josh Davis put together a quick video demo and source code of his Voice Controlled LED Marquee, powered by Google Voice speech recognition and a DIY LED Array Kit. Imagine using the same display for monitoring server uptime, or RSS feeds!"
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Google Voice Controls Giant LED Display

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  • by Vyse of Arcadia (1220278) on Monday November 09, 2009 @11:05PM (#30041824)
    Google Voice speech recognition isn't exactly the best. "Hey, Zack, this is Terrence at [company name here]. Please give me a call as soon as you get the chance to. We need to, uh, we wanted to know if you were going to make it in to day. Thank you." somehow becomes "Hey there, This is Sarah positions. Please give me a call as as soon as you get a chance to. We need to we. What's up for you not be able to make it today. Thank you."

    And he speaks pretty clearly too.

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