SpeechToText

Speech Recognition Engines

These are the programs implementing the actual speech recognition:

See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_speech_recognition_software

Interfaces for Emacs

There were several packages for driving Emacs through voice input, but none currently maintained.

Dormant

VoiceCode

VoiceCode is an Emacs interface to Dragon NaturallySpeaking (uses Natlink). https://sourceforge.net/projects/voicecode/ The last update to the SVN repository was in 2013.

voicekey

A voice-controlled keyboard for GNU/Linux built on sphinx. http://sourceforge.net/projects/voicekey/ (unmaintained since August 2013, see https://sourceforge.net/p/voicekey/voicekey/ci/329cc8daac480349a3308121d9e8d35a01725ed4/)

vr-mode

Emacs interface to Dragon NaturallySpeaking. http://emacs-vr-mode.sourceforge.net/

The last release announcement (as of Oct 2013) was in 2007… http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?forum_name=emacs-vr-mode-announce

It seems that vr does only work with Emacs on W32. Is there any equivalent using Dragon Naturally Speaking in a virtual network? I know something like this existed.

ShortTalk and EmacsListen

EmacsListen is an implemention of ShortTalk. It is based on vr-mode.

http://shorttalk-emacs.sourceforge.net/

EmacsListen is unmaintained. The latest commit in its CVS Repository was in 2004. – XueFuqiao

Dead

Microphones


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