ironsides35 said:davewill said:*snip*
Thanks for your responses, the speech SDK is great in theory, but in the the the the practical use it's pretty much worthless at the moment.
As far as what W3bbo suggested that is great idea but incredibly expensive. The last time I checked a similar device cost around $998.99 which is far more than I can afford. I live in southeast Georgia, and there are close to 0 dollars coming in that are used to help the disabled right now so getting one through Vocational Rehabilitation is out of the question.
The mouth stick I mentioned above cost nealy $60.00 alone and its just aluminum and plastic. Everything that is geared toward the use of the disabled cost nearlly 4 times a product geared toward a normal person. Liability insurance is killing the companys that make this stuff. So in other words the product is not in my income range.
Thanks Chuck the sentiment is very nice I will stay tuned, and thanks again W3bbo and davewill.
Can you set the speech recognition to accept individual characters? For programming I would think that it's much better and faster if you could spell each character seperately.