By Therapy Box Limited


For the first time, folks with dysarthria can use voice commands to speak.

VocaTempo is the world’s first voice enter augmentative and different communication (AAC) app. It is designed for individuals with dysarthria and permits them to make use of voice instructions to speak phrases.

VocaTempo rapidly learns to recognise your vocalisations - merely click on to record your speech and put it aside. If you’re not pleased with the recording you probably can review or re-record at any time. When you’ve recorded 8 different recordings of each vocalisation you ought to use your speech to pick phrases on display screen. The extra vocalisations you save the extra phrases you are able to choose from and communicate.

VocaTempo is a nice way to inform folks about your self and your favourite stories. Once you’ve entered them you can shortly entry them utilizing your voice to pick out the message that you need to play. It’s straightforward to set up cells with a phrase and picture and pair it together with your vocalisation. Then when you’re in talking mode, you can use your voice to activate it and browse out the sentence.

VocaTempo also frequently learns to enhance it’s recognition of your voice. Each time you employ the app to talk these recordings are saved and used to help VocaTempo recognise your speech sooner or later. You can also easily delete them or turn the continual learning function off.

Main options:

Voice recognition for dysarthric audio system.

Make a vast variety of communication pages.

Use voice to pick the onscreen message that you simply would like to communicate.

Create new pages utilizing templates.

Quickly get started with inbuilt tales about soccer, holidays, trips to the zoo or finding out.

Review and re-record any vocalisations at any time.

Adjust the recording and countdown duration.

VocaTempo will listen to your speech if you faucet on display or use a swap.

Continuous learning signifies that VocaTempo continually improves it’s recognition of your voice.

VocaTempo underwent a full scientific analysis throughout 3 sites in 2018. After only one session with VocaTempo 80% of users had been able to generate a message sooner utilizing speech commands and one person mentioned “That is faster than I’d ever imagined… it’s so superb, as a end result of I’m speaking.

The app is a collaboration between Therapy Box, University of Sheffield, Barnsley hospital and SBRI healthcare.

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