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From Simon MacDonald <>
Subject Re: Presentation
Date Tue, 03 Sep 2013 01:35:11 GMT
Hey Bruno,

There are speech recognition plugins available for Android but to my
knowledge none of them provide access to the audio input stream on the
fly. So, you'd need to write that yourself.

Simon Mac Donald

On Sun, Sep 1, 2013 at 7:04 PM, Bruno Lima <> wrote:
> Hi guys. My name is Bruno Lima. I'm a Software Engineer formed at Federal
> University of Rio de Janeiro. Now I'm working on my Master Degree in Speech
> Recognition and for my project I'd like to develop a system to control a
> mobile device environment by voice. When I first met the cordova project I
> got excited with its cross-plataform capability and its flexibility. Now
> after studding it a little longer I found a few limitation for use it on my
> work. I need two things, basically:
> - Be able to manipulate the audio data from input device on the fly
> (convert the audio input to bytearray, put it on queue and stuffs like that)
> - Full access to the device backstack (navigate through interfaces -
> activities on android )
> The cordova project is amazing and I'd really like to help on its
> development in special  the topics I cited before. Can you tell me what I
> should do to help? And where should I start?
> I saw on the roadmap project that there're plains to implement the HTML5
> Audio API. Did you already start to develop it?
> Ps.: Sorry about my English.
> Regards
> --
> Bruno Lima Cardoso
> Linkedin:
> Cel: +55 21 88511900
> Skype: limazix
> MSN:

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