Are you talking to me? Here's a quick Kinect Speech Recognition tutorial
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Speech recognition is likely a key part of any Kinect for Windows SDK application. And while there are a number of examples available, I thought this one distilled it down into an easy to follow, and better yet understand, series of development steps...
Speech Recognition for the Kinect:
In the development of Kin-educate I found this to be one of the most tricky parts. Largely because I couldn't find any complete tutorials out there other than the quick start series at channel 9, which, if you have checked it out, you will know is helpful, but not comprehensive.
I have been asked by quite a lot of people about how I did the speech recognition in the maths game for Kin-educate, so I thought I would do a quick tutorial that cuts out all the unnecessary bits, and just focuses on getting you set up and speech recognition working quickly and easily. This tutorial assumes you have a Kinect project set up already - if you do, you should be able to just copy and paste this code, in order, and you're all set!
Project Information URL: http://kin-educate.blogspot.com/2012/06/speech-recognition-for-kinect-easy-way.html