OSTF Launches vMic with Voice Technologies

At the recent Consumer Electronics Show, OSTF (One Step to the Future) Labs previewed vMic, a noise-free surface vibration microphone that senses speaking vibrations through contact with the skin near the throat.

The vMic also serves as a voice conversion device for patients with articulation disorders that would allow them to converse with others. Its voice algorithm analyzes user voice data by capturing pure voice.

"AI technology is well suited for learning the processes of production and perception of speech. The AI compensation algorithm we developed can effectively imitate the resonance of the speech organs. Distorted voice (mixed voiced and unvoiced) signals can thus be corrected using our AI compensation algorithm to achieve pure voice signals," the company said in a statement.

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