Sensory Releases Voice Recognition Module
SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Sensory, Inc. released the VR Stamp module, providing integration of voice recognition (VR) into consumer, industrial, automotive and medical electronics. The heart of the VR Stamp module is the RSC-4128 integrated circuit.
The VR Stamp module includes a functional system based on Sensory's RSC-4128 mixed signal processor, an 8-bit microcontroller inside a voice recognition system on a chip (including 16-bit ADC, DAC, digital filtering, RAM, ROM, output amplification, timers, comparators and more).
In addition, flash memory, serial EEPROM, main clock and clock crystals, along with power noise management components, are all packed into its standard 40-pin DIP footprint. The VR Stamp can be the primary host controller of the end product along with providing the speech recognition features. Sensory's FluentChip software is included and provides speech recognition, speaker verification, speech compression and output, music synthesis, as well as diagnostic and utility programs.
The VR Stamp Toolkit includes Quick T2SI - Lite, a special edition of Sensory's Quick T2SI tool that allows speaker-independent vocabulary set development using text input to create the desired commands. Also included is Quick Synthesis, which will compress digital recordings of speech prompts and supports scoring of MIDI-like music; a C-compiler for programming; an Integrated Development Environment for project management; and a VR Stamp Programming Board, which connects to a PC, via USB, for downloading executable code to the VR Stamp module.
International languages are supported by the Quick T2SI - Lite tool.