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    resolved [RESOLVED] Voice controlled command: howto?

    So basically, I would like to make something that requires the user to say terms like "next", "previous", etc. and link them to specific actions within the script.

    I've searched the internet for voice recognition scripts, but I failed to find anything useful.

    It's no problem to store the sound fragments on my server, but it's rather the proces of checking if voice input later on matches one of the previously recorded words.

    Is there any way I can make this work in AS3, or should I just abandon what I'm trying to accomplish?
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    I'd abandon it for now. Access to the actual sound data from the microphone is not directly available in as3 yet. It should be with the next version of flash player. You could stream the microphone data to the server and attempt to do the matching there, or stream it to the server and bounce it back to the player and attempt to match there. But even if you have the data, speech recognition is a difficult task.

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    Thanks for the quick reply!
    I managed to ask one of my teachers today and he confirmed that.

    Now I will have to look for another creative use of camera or microphone
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    There's plenty you can do with the camera. In the same vein as your proposed microphone project, you could try to implement gesture based "previous" and "next" recognition. A little motion detection and moderately fancy processing should do the trick.

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