i can’t get it to work with the sphinx package. simply cuz i am not smart enough
I get pocketsphinx regognize my words but not in the js envirement and i don’t get response out of it.
I think i just use “blather” for the time being to control my monitor on and off. I hope someone make a voice module soon. ^^
I run it with https in chrome and get:
has this something to do with chrome that there is no limit?
What’s the HTML/CSS output look like? That’s usually the first thing to look at when stuff like this happens and it’s not the expected result.
nvm i already see it depends on the chrome api key and not the chromium…
What about cloud voice api?
'TEXTAREA'size works fine in Chrome, both by using
rows'as well as using CSS styling
Sorry for spamming what about: https://github.com/cmusphinx/node-pocketsphinx
@KirAsh4 The output is exactly what i want. It’s just the proof i get over the api limit of 50 request/day when i use chrome. The thing is when i use this in electron/chromium i have a limit of 50…
I am still searching for a way to get around the limit or perhaps use another api/voice recognizer…
I think using https://snowboy.kitt.ai is the best approach right now for detecting a hot word and then continuing with the google one (annyang). The same way the guy at the http://docs.smart-mirror.io has done it.
@alexyak yea, i have seen the smart-mirror code. But i don’t pref 2 voice modules… the thing is if your playing around with the map function (zoom in, zoom in, zoom in, go to, zoom out, enz) then you run out of api calls fast.
I give up on the voice control module… i hope there will be one soon ^^
Actually I’ve started looking at this: https://syl22-00.github.io/pocketsphinx.js/ Need to test the performance on RaspPi