"Yes--It does look like Sphinx is worth looking into. Also, Ray Kurzwell is a keynote speaker at SLCC--and he is the "go-to" guy about speech recognition. I'll check out http://cmusphinx.sourceforge.net/sphinx4/
Please ask others for…"
"BTW - Channel 31, which is a community television station in Australia recently did an interview with me about an interactive installation we developed in collaboration with CMU at the National Rail Museum (Tea and Sugar Train exhibit). In…"
I know of JAVA based open source application, which I think would have been worth looking at when we were developing our platform in wonderland but now Charles and I are favouring open sim and customizing the SL viewer instead not sure if…"
"Good goal Our next step with Max Voice Plus is to work in the voice to text. People who are deaf are being left out--and of course, voice to text would help all those presenters who speak from the heart. Do you know of any open source projects…"
"Thanks for joining Louise. Good to see you on board. One of my first tasks will be to educate Ning about accessible features required to enable anyone to participate in Ning groups such as this - beginning with the Caption issue!
"Thanks for the greeting. I have been reading the string of emails going through now, and am currently working on looking at some of those technologies mentioned. My SL avatar name is Eve Southpaw. I look forward to meeting you in SL and working with…"
Ahh a fellow Opensim user - YEAH!
And Second Life.
Maybe I will see you in world some day - what is your avatars name? and I will add you as a friend my next time into SL later today.
I am RobinG2 Proto in SL
I am a uni lecturer and researcher from Uni of SA and heading up a national grant to develop an accessible 3D virtual learning platform (open source) and that is why the interest in OpenSim. Have also been talking to SUN about Wonderland but we only just heard of the success of the grant (two year project) so we are still exploring alternative open source platforms for the development. OpenSim is defnitely one of the contetnders.
Your welcome, remote yeah, but not too distant in Ozzie terms.
Great to hear you have a grant for building a VW. I was thinking of evaluating wonderland and opensim myself, both for creating a VW for UWA and for applying my thesis research.
We have been developing the campus in 3D both for google earth and creating a VW for it. Have a limited web3D VW but would like to do it using a fully fledged VW technology. Any advice on how to go about convincing ur Uni to fund a Uni VW?