IdentifierCache is experimental software designed to make it programming by voice easier. It provides two tools 1) a voice command grammar that allows the user to speak in Programming Notation with relative ease. For example you could say “pascal loop counter” to generate the text ‘LoopCounter’ 2) a Visual Studio add-in to save the most recently used and created identifiers. So you could say “insert ID 1”, to insert the topmost identifier in the cache IdentifierCache relies on Dragon NaturallySpeaking for its speech recognition engine, NatLink as the command grammar executor, and Visual Studio .Net to host the add-in. IdentifierCache itself is written in two languages, the command grammar is a NatLink script, and it written in python, the add-in is written in VB.Net
Access your media, weather forecasts, RSS/Atom feeds, dictionary and encyclopedia entries, news items and even caculate expressions with your voice. All results are read back to you using a text-to-speech engine; you don't even need to be at your computer.
Experimental: Aspires to be a perfect and universal spoken language for editing and other intensive computer-mediated tasks. EmacsListen, the GNU Emacs code base in this project, implements ShortTalkand addresses key usability issues in dictation systems
We're a group of Boston-area folks who use dictation software. We hope to provide face-to-face info, demos, support for each other. First dozen or so members were all Dragon people, but others very welcome.