The 'My Own Voice Interface' Unit Makes Voice Command Incorporation Easy

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Jul 13, 2015
References: audeme & gizmag
The MOVI or My Own Voice Interface is a standalone speech recognition and synthesizer contraption that makes it exceptionally easy for you to incorporate voice commands into both hardware and software development via the Arduino platform.

This contraption is equipped with a 2 GB on-board database of up to 200 customizable sentences. The product's parent company Audeme claims that it is incredibly easy to program and, since it functions off-grid, also ensures a high degree of privacy for users.

The MOVI is ideal for developers keep to build conversations around their platforms and inventions. It responds consistently to the same sentence regardless of who is uttering it. It also comes with a programmable call sign that allows users to personalize how to refer to their device depending on the project at hand. This convenience would suggest that the product's live Kickstarter campaign is likely to be a rousing success.