Sadly, Windows only, but I just read on the VoiceCoder mailing list that Mark Lillibridge open-sourced a HUGE collection of his voice coding code (after leaving his previous employer) relating to Vocola, Dragon, etc.
He announced it @
Info from his post:
"When I left my last job late last year, I managed to talk my
employer into letting me open source the vast majority of my voice
infrastructure. This is basically just a raw dump of everything I had
at the time modulo the company confidential and personally private
stuff. I haven't had time since to update or curate any of this, but
there are some real gems in here if people are interested.
- Mark "
He put all of it here:
I'm no coder myself, but I'd say this is a golden opportunity for anyone who is and is interested in voice control, dictation, etc.
>I'm no coder myself, but I'd say this is a golden opportunity for anyone who is and is interested in voice control, dictation, etc.
Do you have someone in particular in mind, Michael?
Incidentally, for those of us on Windows, Natlink (and therefore: Vocola + Unimacro + Firefly) has finally been fixed to work with Dragon 15!!!
PS: Vocola is an open source version of KnowBrainer.
Am short on time, but I will point you in the right direction towards high-quality dictation: https://voicenotebook.com/users.php