Blog posts tagged with voice interface
The recent rise of the smart speaker has been exceptional, and all signs suggest the dominance of Amazon's Alexa and to a lesser extent Google Home is set to continue at CES 2018. Looking at the increase in searches made for these devices we can see how demand has grown and that we're now at a point where there is exceptional competition between the major players. And this is before Apple's HomePod, which starts shipping early next year, joins the fray.
XMOS has recently launched the XVF3000 family of far-field voice capture and processing devices. Let's take a quick look of the devices, what they do and how you could use them to enable a voice interface in your next product development.
There are two members in the family today: XVF3000 and XVF3100. Both devices provide the same voice capture and acoustic processing, with the XVF3100 also integrating keyword recognition – more on that in a moment.
A massive change is coming in the way that we engage with the electronics that surround us at home, at work and in the built environment. We will be liberated from computer keyboards, touch screens and apps that keep us glued to our smartphones and laptops. Instead, there will be billions of voice-aware products that we will use to talk to get information and entertainment, and manage our everyday tasks.