In the video below, I am demonstrating our latest product; A voice based chat client, that can translate between roughly 50-100 languages. Unfortunately it only works in Google Chrome at the moment, since this is the only browser that implements speech recognition. However, since this is a part of the web standards, it is likely that other browsers will support it too in the future.
You can try out an example installation here, but you’ll need to access the link with Google Chrome. If you purchase this snippet, you’ll get all the source code for it, and you can modify it as you wish. The code also serves as an example of how to use Hyperlambda in combination with ASP.NET, and hence is a nice starting ground for creating your own voice enabled applications.
The snippet will cost you €49, at which point you can modify it as you wish. It depends upon Phosphorus Five, and you’ll need to also have Micro and Hypereval installed to make it function. When you have placed your purchase, you can simply drag and drop it into your Hypereval installation, and the client will automatically install itself. Drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you don’t understand how to get started. The snippet contains little bit less than 1,000 lines of code. Below is a video demonstrating it.
Click the PayPal button below to purchase and download it.