I am a beginner in using Processing. I would like to make a project where voice commands (given at a real time) by the microphone of the notebook/tablet/smartphone are passed to Processing to display events linked with specific words (e.g. if one says “Milk” on the microphone, Processing shows on the display window an image of a milk bottle saved in the data folder of the project): is it possible? How?
On both. Here you can download the android version and a sample sketch for communication between phone and PC. The lib for PC you can install from the IDE.
It’s supposed to work on your home network provider. You do use one, isn’t it?
It doesn’t work. I will try again with a dedicated router, probably that is the problem.
The thing that I would like to realize, in alternative, should be:
register a voice recording;
taking from that recording the table of amplitudes instant per instant (e.g. at time 00"0032 the amplitude is 0.0654 (on a normalised scale);
associate that amplitude to a colour pixel (e.g. 200, 100,50 in RGB );
show on the display the video that links colours pixels (or group of pixels) to every instant.
This should be the basic from which to start an animation (e.g. linking pixels with same colour by a line). It should be interesting to realize a 3D video in order to export the final result on the video as a solid 3D (or a 2D image too).
Do you mean frequency or amplitude recognition?
Here’s a video:
I’ve used OK google before to switch on lamps etc. I used my phone with voice recognition and an Arduino over Bluetooth. The hot word “Ok Google” is important for not having your hands on the phone all the time.
But indeed you need a router because a telephone company data connection would be too costly.
You can however use a hot word on PC as well with this Google browser extension.
And here is another video about voice recognition:
Once you have the phrase in the String you just filter it with the string class functions to pick out the words that trigger the action you want.
Hi Noel, thanks for your reply. I have just taken a look on the links you attached and in the code there are strings like “let” or “function” that the processing version I have downloaded and installed on my PC does not recognize: why?
Oh, because that’s The P5.js version of processing.
You’ll have to study the translation.
For example function() will be void().
The variables you have to define, because ‘let’ can be any type of variable or object.
In that respect, P5.js it is easier.