Voicepic – is an app that allows you to add a 5 second audio recording to any of your photographs and then share them to Facebook or on the Voicepic website, almost instantly. When I saw this I thought how it’s kind of like the Descriptive Camera and wouldn’t it be neat for the blindContinue reading “Voicepic – voice caption your photos”
This voice mouse for Mac OS X is a work in progress. It allows those with mobility issues to interact with the mouse cursor using only their voice. Some great comments looks like further development will be forthcoming. Source : spamtech.co.uk/… via hackaday.com/… and http://pinterest.com/pin/69031806758696249/ via Lifekludger
[Link: Moshi Alarm Clocks: Speak to your Moshi Alarm Clock and it speaks back] Moshi Alarm Clocks are sleekly designed clocks with voice recognition technology. The Moshi Alarm Clock is fully voice interactive and can be operated without ever even seeing the clock. Speak to your Moshi in plain English and it will speak backContinue reading “Voice Controlled Alarm Clock”
Meet Darrell Earlier in the year I was contacted by Darrell. Darrell may not realise it, but he is a Lifekludger. Darrell has a son. His son lives with a disability. His son’s disability prevented him from using a mobile phone. Unable to press a button to activate ‘hands free’ voice control dialing – yesContinue reading “A True Hands Free Bluetooth Headset”
I once had one of these ‘fat nano’ ipods. Had to sell it as I couldn’t use it due to the touch nature of the ipod control wheel. Now if I’d had one of these devices that controls the basic functions of the ipod by voice I would’ve been set. [Voice Activated iPod Controller] viaContinue reading “Voice Activated iPod Controller”
Researchers from the University of Washington are developing a mouse that’s controlled using sounds made with your voice. [wp_youtube]PXmccs4GIqI[/wp_youtube] I have nothing to add.