Conversations with the Language Understanding (LUIS) Service from Unity in Mixed Reality Apps

I’ve written quite a bit on this blog about speech interactions in the past and elsewhere like these articles that I wrote for the Windows blog a couple of years ago;Using speech in your UWP apps- It’s good to talkUsing speech in your UWP apps- From talking to conversingUsing speech in your UWP apps- Look … Continue reading Conversations with the Language Understanding (LUIS) Service from Unity in Mixed Reality Apps

Windows 10, UWP, IoT Core, SpeechSynthesizer, Raspberry PI and ‘Audio Popping’

My reader mailed in with a query about speech synthesis on Windows 10 and the Universal Windows Platform. Essentially, they were doing something similar to things that I’d shown in demos in this Channel9 show about speech; and in this article on the Windows blog; Using speech in your UWP apps: It’s good to talk … Continue reading Windows 10, UWP, IoT Core, SpeechSynthesizer, Raspberry PI and ‘Audio Popping’

“Project Oxford”–Speaker Identification from a Windows 10/UWP App

Following up on this earlier post, I wanted to get a feel for what the speaker identification part of the “Project Oxford” speaker recognition APIs look like having toyed with verification in that previous post. It’s interesting to see the difference between the capability of the two areas of functionality and how it shapes the … Continue reading “Project Oxford”–Speaker Identification from a Windows 10/UWP App