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Submitted by SafeRat 2737d ago | news

Fonix signs speech recognition technology deal with Nintendo

Think waving your arms around while playing Wii games makes you look silly? Would you much prefer it if you could wave your arms around and yell a lot, thereby achieving the all-round persona of a genuine crazy person and illiciting sympathy rather than mockery? You would? Destructoid thought so.

Nintendo has just struck a third-party licensing agreement with Fonix Speech Inc. to allow Wii game developers to integrate the company's voice recognition technology into future titles. The company specializes in speech interface software for all manner of electronic devices, from cell phones to videogame systems, and the deal allows developers use of both its Voiceln Game Edition and Voiceln Karaoke Edition from this point on... (Industry, Wii)

PS360WII  +   2737d ago
cool now like the picture shows bring us Seaman2!
ITR  +   2737d ago
About time!

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