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What role does speech recognition have to play in virtual reality development? Sony, Oculus Rift and the future of virtual reality.

There’s a lot of buzz about virtual reality right now, driven primarily by the development of the Oculus Rift virtual reality head mounted display (HMD). This prototype HMD was developed by Palmer Luckey – an impressive young hardware developer who is largely responsible for the sudden resurgence in virtual reality (VR) technology since the 1990s.

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The Key Benefits of Dragon Legal

Dragon Naturally Speaking has recently introduced a new product specifically for legal professionals dubbed “Dragon Legal.”  Unlike the Premium 12, Dragon Legal 12 includes features that fit perfectly in a legal environment. This version is tailored to the needs and requirements that legal professionals must have in order to reduce their transcribing times. Some of

 

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Can I Use Dragon NaturallySpeaking to Blog within WordPress?

Yes you can. You can dictate directly into WordPress using Dragon NaturallySpeaking. Despite the fact that I’m using chrome, which isn’t actually compatible with Dragon NaturallySpeaking, I’m still able to dictate directly into the blogging software interface within Chrome. Dragon has a sophisticated interface that allows it to work with most applications or websites that

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Can I record my university lecturers voice and have Dragon transcribe it automatically?

Today I received a question via our contact page about the capabilities of Dragon Naturally Speaking voice recognition software:   Today’s Question: Hello, I’m after a voice to text software package that I can use for recording university lectures. The purpose is to capture everything that the lecturer presents and discusses for a 4 hour

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Dragon Medical Software Saves Time and Money

Dragon Medical Practice Edition  is saving Australian Doctors Transcription costs More and more medical professionals in Sydney, Canberra and in fact Australia-wide are adopting the use of voice recognition software in their offices and clinics. Next to knowledge and experience, most patients will say that quality time spent with their doctor is the most important.

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Dragon Dictate Mac 3 Review

I wrote this Dragon Dictate 3 review—without using a keyboard. I am dictating directly into a word processor on a Mac Air Book. To do this, I’m Dragon Dictate Mac 3 – a useful speech recognition program that allows me to dictate text and to correct it, delete it, even format it, just by speaking.

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Philips 9600 Pocket memo now integrates with Dragon Naturally Speaking Software

A Close Look At Philips Digital Pocket Memo 9600 An excellent digital voice recorder is a worthy investment for any medical professionals. Recording conversations with patients undergoing continuous treatments and surgical procedures require accurate information. This is where Philips Digital Pocket Memo 9600 comes in. Doctors will appreciate the numerous features when it comes to

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History of Dragon Naturally Speaking Software

Contrary to popular belief voice recognition software has been around for many years. There is, however, one speech recognition product that has rapidly advanced the technology and has made it possible for you to speak naturally into a microphone while dictating and that is Naturally Speaking. The technology for speech recognition was first discovered in the 1930’s

 

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