Politepix introduces OpenEars, an open-source iOS library for implementing continuous, multithreaded, and low-overhead speech recognition and text-to-speech, using CMU Pocketsphinx and CMU Flite, for iPhone and iPad development.
Our Flying Friends
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We took the boat out to Kladow on a very hot summer day, where we drank Fassbrause and Berliner Weisse and saw fluffy ducklings.
Who is on the balcony, flying swan edition: a swan flies over, head downwards.
How to meter the samples from an iPhone audio unit to convert their amplitude into decibels.
Mallards are on the balcony, sitting heavily in flowerpots that E. just planted yesterday, in the rain, having a chat. [politepix-blog-inline-text-ad]
I hope it isn’t tempting fate to call this remarkable winter finished and share some images from it. A grapevine runs along our walls; its little grapes were encased in ice before the last starlings in town could harvest them. [politepix-blog-inline-text-ad] Hooded crow in snow. Swans walk along a frozen waterway, searching for a break […]
Create a menu item shortcut for the iPhone Simulator’s “Simulate Memory Warning” feature.
Given: 1. Sparrows are attracted by birdseed. 2. If you attract sparrows, kestrels will come to hunt the sparrows. 3. You want to see kestrels, but you don’t want to unwittingly engineer a sparrow slaughter. 4. Crows are attracted by peanuts. 5. Crows repel kestrels, but only until they’ve removed all of the peanuts, and, […]