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Beyond Cortana & Siri: Using Speech Recognition & Speech Synthesis for the Next Generation of Mobile Apps
 

Beyond Cortana & Siri: Using Speech Recognition & Speech Synthesis for the Next Generation of Mobile Apps

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Our society has a problem. Individuals are hooked on apps, phones, tablets and social networking. We created these devices and these apps that have become a core part of our lives but we stopped ...

Our society has a problem. Individuals are hooked on apps, phones, tablets and social networking. We created these devices and these apps that have become a core part of our lives but we stopped short. We failed to recognize some of the problematic situations where our apps are used. People are texting, emailing and chatting while driving. Pedestrians walk into busy intersections and into sidewalk hazards because they refuse to put their phone down. We cannot entirely blame them. We created a mobile revolution, and now we just can’t simply ask them to put it on hold when it’s not convenient. It’s almost an addiction and too often it has led to fatal results.

Furthermore, mobile applications are not always easy to work with due to the small screen and on-screen keyboard. Other people struggle to use traditional computing devices due to handicaps. Using our voice is a natural form of communication amongst humans. Ever since 2001: A Space Odyssey, we’ve been dreaming of computers who can converse with us like HAL9000 or the Star Trek computers. Or maybe you’re part of the new generation of geeks dreaming of Halo’s Cortana? Thanks to the new advances and SDKs for speech recognition and synthesis (aka text-to-speech), we are now several steps closer to this reality. Siri is not the end game, she’s the beginning.

This session explores the design models and development techniques you can use to add voice recognition to your mobile applications, including in-app commands, standard & custom grammars, and voice commands usable outside your app. We’ll also see how your apps can respond to the user via speech synthesis, opening-up a new world of hands-free scenarios. This reality is here, you’ll see actual live cross-platform demos with speech and you can now learn how to do it. Speech support is not just cool or a convenience, it should be a necessity in many apps.

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    Beyond Cortana & Siri: Using Speech Recognition & Speech Synthesis for the Next Generation of Mobile Apps Beyond Cortana & Siri: Using Speech Recognition & Speech Synthesis for the Next Generation of Mobile Apps Presentation Transcript

    • www.AgeofMobility.com
    •     http://www.bigbaldapps.com         www.AgeofMobility.com  @ActiveNick 2005-2014
    • Computer Speech is the Dream
    • Mobile Speech is a Responsibility
    • Accessibility Medical Conditions Hands & Eyes Free Driving Apps & Games Learning & Therapy Travel Apps with Translation
    • Speech SDK Features for Devs Windows Phone Windows Store iOS (iPhone/iPad) Android (Phone/Tablet) Built-in Personal Assistant with Speech Cortana* N/A Siri* Google Now Launcher* Personal Assistant Extensions in third- party apps using Voice Commands Yes N/A No (first-party apps only) No (first-party apps only) Speech Synthesis SDK for Devs (Text-to-Speech) Yes Yes Yes Yes In-app Speech Recognition SDK for Devs Yes Yes* No* Yes
    • <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <VoiceCommands xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/voicecommands/1.1"> <CommandSet xml:lang="en-us" Name="englishCommands"> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <Command Name="FindText"> <Example>Find Install Voice Command Sets</Example> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <Command Name="nlpCommand"> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <ListenFor>{dictatedVoiceCommandText}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Starting MSDN...</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedVoiceCommandText" Scenario="Dictation"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedSearchTerms" Scenario="Search"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> </CommandSet> </VoiceCommands>
    • <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <VoiceCommands xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/voicecommands/1.1"> <CommandSet xml:lang="en-us" Name="englishCommands"> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <Command Name="FindText"> <Example>Find Install Voice Command Sets</Example> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <Command Name="nlpCommand"> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <ListenFor>{dictatedVoiceCommandText}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Starting MSDN...</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedVoiceCommandText" Scenario="Dictation"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedSearchTerms" Scenario="Search"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> </CommandSet> </VoiceCommands> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix>
    • <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <VoiceCommands xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/voicecommands/1.1"> <CommandSet xml:lang="en-us" Name="englishCommands"> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <Command Name="FindText"> <Example>Find Install Voice Command Sets</Example> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <Command Name="nlpCommand"> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <ListenFor>{dictatedVoiceCommandText}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Starting MSDN...</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedVoiceCommandText" Scenario="Dictation"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedSearchTerms" Scenario="Search"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> </CommandSet> </VoiceCommands> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example>
    • <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <VoiceCommands xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/voicecommands/1.1"> <CommandSet xml:lang="en-us" Name="englishCommands"> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <Command Name="FindText"> <Example>Find Install Voice Command Sets</Example> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <Command Name="nlpCommand"> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <ListenFor>{dictatedVoiceCommandText}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Starting MSDN...</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedVoiceCommandText" Scenario="Dictation"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedSearchTerms" Scenario="Search"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> </CommandSet> </VoiceCommands> <Command Name="FindText"> <Example>Find Install Voice Command Sets</Example> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <Command Name="nlpCommand"> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <ListenFor>{dictatedVoiceCommandText}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Starting MSDN...</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> /Command>
    • <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <VoiceCommands xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/voicecommands/1.1"> <CommandSet xml:lang="en-us" Name="englishCommands"> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <Command Name="FindText"> <Example>Find Install Voice Command Sets</Example> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <Command Name="nlpCommand"> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <ListenFor>{dictatedVoiceCommandText}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Starting MSDN...</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedVoiceCommandText" Scenario="Dictation"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedSearchTerms" Scenario="Search"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> </CommandSet> </VoiceCommands> <Example>Find Install Voice Command Sets</Example>
    • <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <VoiceCommands xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/voicecommands/1.1"> <CommandSet xml:lang="en-us" Name="englishCommands"> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <Command Name="FindText"> <Example>Find Install Voice Command Sets</Example> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <Command Name="nlpCommand"> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <ListenFor>{dictatedVoiceCommandText}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Starting MSDN...</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedVoiceCommandText" Scenario="Dictation"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedSearchTerms" Scenario="Search"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> </CommandSet> </VoiceCommands> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor>
    • <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <VoiceCommands xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/voicecommands/1.1"> <CommandSet xml:lang="en-us" Name="englishCommands"> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <Command Name="FindText"> <Example>Find Install Voice Command Sets</Example> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <Command Name="nlpCommand"> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <ListenFor>{dictatedVoiceCommandText}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Starting MSDN...</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedVoiceCommandText" Scenario="Dictation"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedSearchTerms" Scenario="Search"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> </CommandSet> </VoiceCommands> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback>
    • <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <VoiceCommands xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/voicecommands/1.1"> <CommandSet xml:lang="en-us" Name="englishCommands"> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <Command Name="FindText"> <Example>Find Install Voice Command Sets</Example> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <Command Name="nlpCommand"> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <ListenFor>{dictatedVoiceCommandText}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Starting MSDN...</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedVoiceCommandText" Scenario="Dictation"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedSearchTerms" Scenario="Search"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> </CommandSet> </VoiceCommands> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" />
    • <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <VoiceCommands xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/voicecommands/1.1"> <CommandSet xml:lang="en-us" Name="englishCommands"> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <Command Name="FindText"> <Example>Find Install Voice Command Sets</Example> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <Command Name="nlpCommand"> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <ListenFor>{dictatedVoiceCommandText}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Starting MSDN...</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedVoiceCommandText" Scenario="Dictation"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedSearchTerms" Scenario="Search"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> </CommandSet> </VoiceCommands> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedVoiceCommandText" Scenario="Dictation"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedSearchTerms" Scenario="Search"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic>
    • <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <VoiceCommands xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/voicecommands/1.0"> <CommandSet xml:lang="en-us" Name="englishCommands"> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix> <Example>Find Voice Commands</Example> <Command Name="FindText"> <Example>Find Windows Phone</Example> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search {*}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {listSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {*}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {listSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <PhraseList Label="listSearchTerms" Disambiguate="false"> <Item>Voice Commands</Item> <Item>Windows Phone</Item> </PhraseList> </CommandSet> </VoiceCommands> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <VoiceCommands xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/voicecommands/1.0"> <CommandSet xml:lang="en-us" Name="englishCommands"> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <Command Name="FindText"> <Example>Find Install Voice Command Sets</Example> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedSearchTerms" Scenario="Search"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> </CommandSet> </VoiceCommands> Windows Phone 8.0 Windows Phone 8.1 Simple Scenarios, Limited Accuracy More Powerful, Easier, More Accurate
    • <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <VoiceCommands xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/voicecommands/1.0"> <CommandSet xml:lang="en-us" Name="englishCommands"> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix> <Example>Find Voice Commands</Example> <Command Name="FindText"> <Example>Find Windows Phone</Example> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search {*}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {listSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {*}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {listSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <PhraseList Label="listSearchTerms" Disambiguate="false"> <Item>Voice Commands</Item> <Item>Windows Phone</Item> </PhraseList> </CommandSet> </VoiceCommands> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <VoiceCommands xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/voicecommands/1.1"> <CommandSet xml:lang="en-us" Name="englishCommands"> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <Command Name="nlpCommand"> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <ListenFor>{dictatedVoiceCommandText}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Starting MSDN...</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedVoiceCommandText" Scenario="Dictation"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> </CommandSet> </VoiceCommands> Windows Phone 8.0 Windows Phone 8.1 Simple Scenarios, Limited Accuracy … and enables Natural Language
    • <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <VoiceCommands xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/voicecommands/1.0"> <CommandSet xml:lang="en-us" Name="englishCommands"> <CommandPrefix>MSDN</CommandPrefix> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <Command Name="FindText"> <Example>Find Install Voice Command Sets</Example> <ListenFor>Search</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Search for {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find</ListenFor> <ListenFor>Find {dictatedSearchTerms}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Search on MSDN</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <Command Name="nlpCommand"> <Example>How do I add Voice Commands to my application</Example> <ListenFor>{dictatedVoiceCommandText}</ListenFor> <Feedback>Starting MSDN...</Feedback> <Navigate Target="MainPage.xaml" /> </Command> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedVoiceCommandText" Scenario="Dictation"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> <PhraseTopic Label="dictatedSearchTerms" Scenario="Search"> <Subject>MSDN</Subject> </PhraseTopic> </CommandSet> </VoiceCommands>
    • private async void // SHOULD BE PERFORMED UNDER TRY/CATCH Uri new ms-appx:///vcd.xml UriKind.Absolute await Windows Phone Silverlight Apps on Windows Phone 8.1 Windows Runtime Apps on Windows Phone 8.1 private async void // SHOULD BE PERFORMED UNDER TRY/CATCH Uri uriVoiceCommands = new Uri("ms-appx:///vcd.xml", UriKind.Absolute); StorageFile file = await StorageFile.GetFileFromApplicationUriAsync(uriVoiceCommands); await VoiceCommandManager.InstallCommandSetsFromStorageFileAsync(file);
    • ❶ ❷
    • // Windows Phone Silverlight App, in MainPage.xaml.cs protected override void OnNavigatedTo(System.Windows.Navigation.NavigationEventArgs e) { base.OnNavigatedTo(e); if (e.NavigationMode == System.Windows.Navigation.NavigationMode.New) { string recoText = null; // What did the user say? e.g. MSDN, "Find Windows Phone Voice Commands" NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("reco", out recoText); string voiceCommandName = null; // Which command was recognized in the VCD.XML file? e.g. "FindText" NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("voiceCommandName", out voiceCommandName); string searchTerms = null; // What did the user say, for named phrase topic or list "slots"? e.g. "Windows Phone Voice Commands" NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("dictatedSearchTerms", out searchTerms); switch (voiceCommandName) // What command launched the app? { case "FindText": HandleFindText(searchTerms); break; case "nlpCommand": HandleNlpCommand(recoText); break; } } }
    • // Windows Phone Silverlight App, in MainPage.xaml.cs protected override void OnNavigatedTo(System.Windows.Navigation.NavigationEventArgs e) { base.OnNavigatedTo(e); if (e.NavigationMode == System.Windows.Navigation.NavigationMode.New) { string recoText = null; // What did the user say? e.g. MSDN, "Find Windows Phone Voice Commands" NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("reco", out recoText); string voiceCommandName = null; // Which command was recognized in the VCD.XML file? e.g. "FindText" NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("voiceCommandName", out voiceCommandName); string searchTerms = null; // What did the user say, for named phrase topic or list "slots"? e.g. "Windows Phone Voice Commands" NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("dictatedSearchTerms", out searchTerms); switch (voiceCommandName) // What command launched the app? { case "FindText": HandleFindText(searchTerms); break; case "nlpCommand": HandleNlpCommand(recoText); break; } } } // Windows Phone Silverlight App, in MainPage.xaml.cs protected override void OnNavigatedTo(System.Windows.Navigation.NavigationEventArgs e)
    • // Windows Phone Silverlight App, in MainPage.xaml.cs protected override void OnNavigatedTo(System.Windows.Navigation.NavigationEventArgs e) { base.OnNavigatedTo(e); if (e.NavigationMode == System.Windows.Navigation.NavigationMode.New) { string recoText = null; // What did the user say? e.g. MSDN, "Find Windows Phone Voice Commands" NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("reco", out recoText); string voiceCommandName = null; // Which command was recognized in the VCD.XML file? e.g. "FindText" NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("voiceCommandName", out voiceCommandName); string searchTerms = null; // What did the user say, for named phrase topic or list "slots"? e.g. "Windows Phone Voice Commands" NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("dictatedSearchTerms", out searchTerms); switch (voiceCommandName) // What command launched the app? { case "FindText": HandleFindText(searchTerms); break; case "nlpCommand": HandleNlpCommand(recoText); break; } } } // What did the user say? e.g. MSDN, "Find Windows Phone Voice Commands" string recoText = null; NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("reco", out recoText); // Which command was recognized in the VCD.XML file? e.g. "FindText" string voiceCommandName = null; NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("voiceCommandName", out voiceCommandName); // What did the user say, for named phrase topic or list "slots"? e.g. "Windows Phone Voice Commands" string searchTerms = null; NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("dictatedSearchTerms", out searchTerms);
    • // Windows Phone Silverlight App, in MainPage.xaml.cs protected override void OnNavigatedTo(System.Windows.Navigation.NavigationEventArgs e) { base.OnNavigatedTo(e); if (e.NavigationMode == System.Windows.Navigation.NavigationMode.New) { string recoText = null; // What did the user say? e.g. MSDN, "Find Windows Phone Voice Commands" NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("reco", out recoText); string voiceCommandName = null; // Which command was recognized in the VCD.XML file? e.g. "FindText" NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("voiceCommandName", out voiceCommandName); string searchTerms = null; // What did the user say, for named phrase topic or list "slots"? e.g. "Windows Phone Voice Commands" NavigationContext.QueryString.TryGetValue("dictatedSearchTerms", out searchTerms); switch (voiceCommandName) // What command launched the app? { case "FindText": HandleFindText(searchTerms); break; case "nlpCommand": HandleNlpCommand(recoText); break; } } } switch (voiceCommandName) // What command launched the app? { case "FindText": HandleFindText(searchTerms); break; case "nlpCommand": HandleNlpCommand(recoText); break; }
    • ❶ ❷ ❸
    • // Windows Runtime App on Windows Phone 8.1, inside OnActivated override in App class if (args.Kind == ActivationKind.VoiceCommand) { VoiceCommandActivatedEventArgs vcArgs = (VoiceCommandActivatedEventArgs)args; string voiceCommandName = vcArgs.Result.RulePath.First(); // What command launched the app? switch (voiceCommandName) // Navigate to right page for the voice command { case "FindText": // User said "find" or "search" rootFrame.Navigate(typeof(MSDN.FindText), vcArgs.Result); break; case "nlpCommand": // User said something else rootFrame.Navigate(typeof(MSDN.NlpCommand), vcArgs.Result); break; } }
    • // Windows Runtime App on Windows Phone 8.1, inside OnActivated override in App class if (args.Kind == ActivationKind.VoiceCommand) { VoiceCommandActivatedEventArgs vcArgs = (VoiceCommandActivatedEventArgs)args; string voiceCommandName = vcArgs.Result.RulePath.First(); // What command launched the app? switch (voiceCommandName) // Navigate to right page for the voice command { case "FindText": // User said "find" or "search" rootFrame.Navigate(typeof(MSDN.FindText), vcArgs.Result); break; case "nlpCommand": // User said something else rootFrame.Navigate(typeof(MSDN.NlpCommand), vcArgs.Result); break; } } // Windows Runtime App on Windows Phone 8.1, inside OnActivated override // in App class if (args.Kind == ActivationKind.VoiceCommand)
    • // Windows Runtime App on Windows Phone 8.1, inside OnActivated override in App class if (args.Kind == ActivationKind.VoiceCommand) { VoiceCommandActivatedEventArgs vcArgs = (VoiceCommandActivatedEventArgs)args; string voiceCommandName = vcArgs.Result.RulePath.First(); // What command launched the app? switch (voiceCommandName) // Navigate to right page for the voice command { case "FindText": // User said "find" or "search" rootFrame.Navigate(typeof(MSDN.FindText), vcArgs.Result); break; case "nlpCommand": // User said something else rootFrame.Navigate(typeof(MSDN.NlpCommand), vcArgs.Result); break; } } VoiceCommandActivatedEventArgs vcArgs = (VoiceCommandActivatedEventArgs)args; // What command launched the app? string voiceCommandName = vcArgs.Result.RulePath.First(); // Navigate to right page for the voice command switch (voiceCommandName)
    • // Windows Runtime App on Windows Phone 8.1, inside OnActivated override in App class if (args.Kind == ActivationKind.VoiceCommand) { VoiceCommandActivatedEventArgs vcArgs = (VoiceCommandActivatedEventArgs)args; string voiceCommandName = vcArgs.Result.RulePath.First(); // What command launched the app? switch (voiceCommandName) // Navigate to right page for the voice command { case "FindText": // User said "find" or "search" rootFrame.Navigate(typeof(MSDN.FindText), vcArgs.Result); break; case "nlpCommand": // User said something else rootFrame.Navigate(typeof(MSDN.NlpCommand), vcArgs.Result); break; } } // Navigate to right page for the voice command switch (voiceCommandName) { case "FindText": // User said "find" or "search" rootFrame.Navigate(typeof(MSDN.FindText), vcArgs.Result); break; case "nlpCommand": // User said something else rootFrame.Navigate(typeof(MSDN.NlpCommand), vcArgs.Result); break; }
    • // Windows Runtime App on Windows Phone 8.1, inside OnNavigatedTo in FindText.xaml.cs protected override void OnNavigatedTo(NavigationEventArgs e) { // Get recognition result from parameter passed in frame.Navigate call SpeechRecognitionResult vcResult = e.Parameter as SpeechRecognitionResult; if (vcResult!=null) { // What did the user say? e.g. MSDN, "Find Windows Phone Voice Commands" string recoText = vcResult.Text; // Store the semantics dictionary for later use IReadOnlyDictionary<string,IReadOnlyList<string>> semantics = vcResult.SemanticInterpretation.Properties; string voiceCommandName = vcResult.RulePath.First(); if (voiceCommandName == "FindText") { // What did the user say, for named phrase topic or list "slots"? e.g. "Windows Phone Voice Commands" if (semantics.ContainsKey("dictatedSearchTerms")) { HandleFindTextWithSearchTerms(semantics["dictatedSearchTerms"][0]); } else { HandleNoSearchTerms(); } } // Else handle other voice commands } navigationHelper.OnNavigatedTo(e) }
    • // Windows Runtime App on Windows Phone 8.1, inside OnNavigatedTo In FindText.xaml.cs protected override void OnNavigatedTo(NavigationEventArgs e) { // Get recognition result from parameter passed in frame.Navigate call SpeechRecognitionResult vcResult = e.Parameter as SpeechRecognitionResult; if (vcResult!=null) { // What did the user say? e.g. MSDN, "Find Windows Phone Voice Commands" string recoText = vcResult.Text; // Store the semantics dictionary for later use IReadOnlyDictionary<string,IReadOnlyList<string>> semantics = vcResult.SemanticInterpretation.Properties; string voiceCommandName = vcResult.RulePath.First(); if (voiceCommandName == "FindText") { // What did the user say, for named phrase topic or list "slots"? e.g. "Windows Phone Voice Commands" if (semantics.ContainsKey("dictatedSearchTerms")) { HandleFindTextWithSearchTerms(semantics["dictatedSearchTerms"][0]); } else { HandleNoSearchTerms(); } } // Else handle other voice commands } navigationHelper.OnNavigatedTo(e) } // Windows Runtime App on Windows Phone 8.1, inside // OnNavigatedTo in FindText.xaml.cs protected override void OnNavigatedTo(NavigationEventArgs e) { // Get recognition result from parameter passed in frame.Navigate call SpeechRecognitionResult vcResult = e.Parameter as SpeechRecognitionResult; if (vcResult!=null) { // What did the user say? e.g. MSDN, "Find Windows Phone Voice Commands" string recoText = vcResult.Text; // Store the semantics dictionary for later use IReadOnlyDictionary<string,IReadOnlyList<string>> semantics = vcResult.SemanticInterpretation.Properties; string voiceCommandName = vcResult.RulePath.First();
    • // Windows Runtime App on Windows Phone 8.1, inside OnNavigatedTo In FindText.xaml.cs protected override void OnNavigatedTo(NavigationEventArgs e) { // Get recognition result from parameter passed in frame.Navigate call SpeechRecognitionResult vcResult = e.Parameter as SpeechRecognitionResult; if (vcResult!=null) { // What did the user say? e.g. MSDN, "Find Windows Phone Voice Commands" string recoText = vcResult.Text; // Store the semantics dictionary for later use IReadOnlyDictionary<string,IReadOnlyList<string>> semantics = vcResult.SemanticInterpretation.Properties; string voiceCommandName = vcResult.RulePath.First(); if (voiceCommandName == "FindText") { // What did the user say, for named phrase topic or list "slots"? e.g. "Windows Phone Voice Commands" if (semantics.ContainsKey("dictatedSearchTerms")) { HandleFindTextWithSearchTerms(semantics["dictatedSearchTerms"][0]); } else { HandleNoSearchTerms(); } } // Else handle other voice commands } navigationHelper.OnNavigatedTo(e) } if (voiceCommandName == "FindText") { // What did the user say, for named phrase topic or list "slots"? // e.g. "Windows Phone Voice Commands" if (semantics.ContainsKey("dictatedSearchTerms")) { HandleFindTextWithSearchTerms(semantics["dictatedSearchTerms"][0]); } else { HandleNoSearchTerms(); } }
    • // Windows Runtime App on Windows Phone 8.1, inside OnNavigatedTo in NlpCommand.xaml.cs protected override void OnNavigatedTo(NavigationEventArgs e) { base.OnNavigatedTo(e); // Get recognition result from parameter passed in frame.Navigate call SpeechRecognitionResult vcResult = e.Parameter as SpeechRecognitionResult; // Check for null! string commandMode = vcResult.SemanticInterpretation.Properties["commandMode"][0]; if (commandMode == "voice") // Did the user speak or type the command? { SpeakText(audioPlayer, String.Format("MSDN app heard you say {0}", vcResult.Text)); HandleNlpCommand(vcResult); } else if(commandMode=="text") { messageTextBox.Text = string.Format("Working on your request "{0}"", vcResult.Text); HandleNlpCommand(vcResult); } }
    • // Windows Runtime App on Windows Phone 8.1, inside OnNavigatedTo In NlpCommand.xaml.cs protected override void OnNavigatedTo(NavigationEventArgs e) { base.OnNavigatedTo(e); // Get recognition result from parameter passed in frame.Navigate call SpeechRecognitionResult vcResult = e.Parameter as SpeechRecognitionResult; // Check for null! string commandMode = vcResult.SemanticInterpretation.Properties["commandMode"][0]; if (commandMode == "voice") // Did the user speak or type the command? { SpeakText(audioPlayer, String.Format("MSDN app heard you say {0}", vcResult.Text)); HandleNlpCommand(vcResult); } else if(commandMode=="text") { messageTextBox.Text = string.Format("Working on your request "{0}"", vcResult.Text); HandleNlpCommand(vcResult); } } // Windows Runtime App on Windows Phone 8.1, in OnNavigatedTo in NlpCommand.xaml.cs protected override void OnNavigatedTo(NavigationEventArgs e) { // Get recognition result from parameter passed in frame.Navigate call SpeechRecognitionResult vcResult = e.Parameter as SpeechRecognitionResult; string commandMode = vcResult.SemanticInterpretation.Properties["commandMode"][0];
    • // Windows Runtime App on Windows Phone 8.1, inside OnNavigatedTo In NlpCommand.xaml.cs protected override void OnNavigatedTo(NavigationEventArgs e) { base.OnNavigatedTo(e); // Get recognition result from parameter passed in frame.Navigate call SpeechRecognitionResult vcResult = e.Parameter as SpeechRecognitionResult; // Check for null! string commandMode = vcResult.SemanticInterpretation.Properties["commandMode"][0]; if (commandMode == "voice") // Did the user speak or type the command? { SpeakText(audioPlayer, String.Format("MSDN app heard you say {0}", vcResult.Text)); HandleNlpCommand(vcResult); } else if(commandMode=="text") { messageTextBox.Text = string.Format("Working on your request "{0}"", vcResult.Text); HandleNlpCommand(vcResult); } } string commandMode = vcResult.SemanticInterpretation.Properties["commandMode"][0]; if (commandMode == "voice") // Did the user speak or type the command? { SpeakText(audioPlayer, String.Format("MSDN voice heard you say {0}", vcResult.Text)); HandleNlpCommand(vcResult); } else if(commandMode=="text") { msgTextBox.Text= string.Format("Working on your request "{0}"", vcResult.Text); HandleNlpCommand(vcResult); }
    • private void HandleNlpCommand(string recoText, bool actSilently) { string action = null; string navigateTo = null; string searchFor = null; recoText = recoText.ToLower(); if (recoText.Contains("go to ") || recoText.Contains("goto ") || recoText.Contains("find ") || recoText.Contains("search ") || recoText.Contains("show me ")) { action = "navigate"; if (recoText.Contains("windows phone dev center")) { navigateTo = "http://dev.windowsphone.com"; } } else if (recoText.Contains("learn how to ")) { action = "find"; searchFor = recoText.Substring(recoText.IndexOf("learn how to ") + 13); } else { action = "find"; searchFor = recoText; } switch (action) { case "find": // ...
    • private void HandleNlpCommand(string recoText, bool actSilently) { string action = null; string navigateTo = null; string searchFor = null; recoText = recoText.ToLower(); if (recoText.Contains("go to ") || recoText.Contains("goto ") || recoText.Contains("find ") || recoText.Contains("search ") || recoText.Contains("show me ")) { action = "navigate"; if (recoText.Contains("windows phone dev center")) { navigateTo = "http://dev.windowsphone.com"; } } else if (recoText.Contains("learn how to ")) { action = "find"; searchFor = recoText.Substring(recoText.IndexOf("learn how to ") + 13); } else { action = "find"; searchFor = recoText; } switch (action) { case "find": // ... if (recoText.Contains("go to ") || recoText.Contains("goto ") || recoText.Contains("find ") || recoText.Contains("search ") || recoText.Contains("show me ")) { action = "navigate"; if (recoText.Contains("windows phone dev center")) { navigateTo = "http://dev.windowsphone.com"; } }
    • private void HandleNlpCommand(string recoText, bool actSilently) { string action = null; string navigateTo = null; string searchFor = null; recoText = recoText.ToLower(); if (recoText.Contains("go to ") || recoText.Contains("goto ") || recoText.Contains("find ") || recoText.Contains("search ") || recoText.Contains("show me ")) { action = "navigate"; if (recoText.Contains("windows phone dev center")) { navigateTo = "http://dev.windowsphone.com"; } } else if (recoText.Contains("learn how to ")) { action = "find"; searchFor = recoText.Substring(recoText.IndexOf("learn how to ") + 13); } else { action = "find"; searchFor = recoText; } switch (action) { case "find": // ... else if (recoText.Contains("learn how to ")) { action = "find"; searchFor = recoText.Substring(recoText.IndexOf("learn how to ") + 13); }
    • private void HandleNlpCommand(string recoText, bool actSilently) { string action = null; string navigateTo = null; string searchFor = null; recoText = recoText.ToLower(); if (recoText.Contains("go to ") || recoText.Contains("goto ") || recoText.Contains("find ") || recoText.Contains("search ") || recoText.Contains("show me ")) { action = "navigate"; if (recoText.Contains("windows phone dev center")) { navigateTo = "http://dev.windowsphone.com"; } } else if (recoText.Contains("learn how to ")) { action = "find"; searchFor = recoText.Substring(recoText.IndexOf("learn how to ") + 13); } else { action = "find"; searchFor = recoText; } switch (action) { case "find": // ... else { action = "find"; searchFor = recoText; }
    • // Windows Phone Silverlight App // Synthesis private async void SpeakText(string textToSpeak) { SpeechSynthesizer synthesizer = new SpeechSynthesizer(); await synthesizer.SpeakTextAsync(textToSpeak); } // Recognition private async Task<SpeechRecognitionUIResult> RecognizeSpeech() { SpeechRecognizerUI recognizer = new SpeechRecognizerUI(); // One of three Grammar types available recognizer.Recognizer.Grammars.AddGrammarFromPredefinedType( "key1", SpeechPredefinedGrammar.WebSearch); await recognizer.Recognizer.PreloadGrammarsAsync(); // Optional but recommended // Put up UI and recognize user's utterance SpeechRecognitionUIResult result = await recognizer.RecognizeWithUIAsync(); return result; } // Calling code uses result.RecognitionResult.Text or result.RecognitionResult.Semantics
    • // Windows Phone Silverlight App // Synthesis private async void SpeakText(string textToSpeak) { SpeechSynthesizer synthesizer = new SpeechSynthesizer(); await synthesizer.SpeakTextAsync(textToSpeak); } // Recognition private async Task<SpeechRecognitionUIResult> RecognizeSpeech() { SpeechRecognizerUI recognizer = new SpeechRecognizerUI(); // One of three Grammar types available recognizer.Recognizer.Grammars.AddGrammarFromPredefinedType( "key1", SpeechPredefinedGrammar.WebSearch); await recognizer.Recognizer.PreloadGrammarsAsync(); // Optional but recommended // Put up UI and recognize user's utterance SpeechRecognitionUIResult result = await recognizer.RecognizeWithUIAsync(); return result; } // Calling code uses result.RecognitionResult.Text or result.RecognitionResult.Semantics // Synthesis private async void SpeakText(string textToSpeak) { SpeechSynthesizer synthesizer = new SpeechSynthesizer(); await synthesizer.SpeakTextAsync(textToSpeak); }
    • // Windows Phone Silverlight App // Synthesis private async void SpeakText(string textToSpeak) { SpeechSynthesizer synthesizer = new SpeechSynthesizer(); await synthesizer.SpeakTextAsync(textToSpeak); } // Recognition private async Task<SpeechRecognitionUIResult> RecognizeSpeech() { SpeechRecognizerUI recognizer = new SpeechRecognizerUI(); // One of three Grammar types available recognizer.Recognizer.Grammars.AddGrammarFromPredefinedType( "key1", SpeechPredefinedGrammar.WebSearch); await recognizer.Recognizer.PreloadGrammarsAsync(); // Optional but recommended // Put up UI and recognize user's utterance SpeechRecognitionUIResult result = await recognizer.RecognizeWithUIAsync(); return result; } // Calling code uses result.RecognitionResult.Text or result.RecognitionResult.Semantics // Recognition private async Task<SpeechRecognitionUIResult> RecognizeSpeech() { SpeechRecognizerUI recognizer = new SpeechRecognizerUI(); // One of three Grammar types available recognizer.Recognizer.Grammars.AddGrammarFromPredefinedType( "key1", SpeechPredefinedGrammar.WebSearch); // Optional but recommended await recognizer.Recognizer.PreloadGrammarsAsync();
    • // Windows Phone Silverlight App // Synthesis private async void SpeakText(string textToSpeak) { SpeechSynthesizer synthesizer = new SpeechSynthesizer(); await synthesizer.SpeakTextAsync(textToSpeak); } // Recognition private async Task<SpeechRecognitionUIResult> RecognizeSpeech() { SpeechRecognizerUI recognizer = new SpeechRecognizerUI(); // One of three Grammar types available recognizer.Recognizer.Grammars.AddGrammarFromPredefinedType( "key1", SpeechPredefinedGrammar.WebSearch); await recognizer.Recognizer.PreloadGrammarsAsync(); // Optional but recommended // Put up UI and recognize user's utterance SpeechRecognitionUIResult result = await recognizer.RecognizeWithUIAsync(); return result; } // Calling code uses result.RecognitionResult.Text or result.RecognitionResult.Semantics // Put up UI and recognize user's utterance SpeechRecognitionUIResult result = await recognizer.RecognizeWithUIAsync(); return result;
    • // Windows Phone Store App // Synthesis <!--MediaElement in xaml file--> <MediaElement Name="audioPlayer" AutoPlay="True" .../> // C# code behind // Function to speak a text string private async void SpeakText(MediaElement audioPlayer, string textToSpeak) { SpeechSynthesizer synthesizer = new SpeechSynthesizer(); SpeechSynthesisStream ttsStream = await synthesizer.SynthesizeTextToStreamAsync(textToSpeak); audioPlayer.SetSource(ttsStream, ""); // This starts the player because AutoPlay="True" }
    • // Windows Phone Store App // Synthesis <!--MediaElement in xaml file--> <MediaElement Name="audioPlayer" AutoPlay="True" .../> // C# code behind // Function to speak a text string private async void SpeakText(MediaElement audioPlayer, string textToSpeak) { SpeechSynthesizer synthesizer = new SpeechSynthesizer(); SpeechSynthesisStream ttsStream = await synthesizer.SynthesizeTextToStreamAsync(textToSpeak); audioPlayer.SetSource(ttsStream, ""); // This starts the player because AutoPlay="True" } // Synthesis <!--MediaElement in xaml file--> <MediaElement Name="audioPlayer" AutoPlay="True" .../>
    • // Windows Phone Store App // Synthesis <!--MediaElement in xaml file--> <MediaElement Name="audioPlayer" AutoPlay="True" .../> // C# code behind // Function to speak a text string private async void SpeakText(MediaElement audioPlayer, string textToSpeak) { SpeechSynthesizer synthesizer = new SpeechSynthesizer(); SpeechSynthesisStream ttsStream = await synthesizer.SynthesizeTextToStreamAsync(textToSpeak); audioPlayer.SetSource(ttsStream, ""); // This starts the player because AutoPlay="True" } // C# code behind // Function to speak a text string private async void SpeakText(MediaElement audioPlayer, string textToSpeak) { SpeechSynthesizer synthesizer = new SpeechSynthesizer(); SpeechSynthesisStream ttsStream = await synthesizer.SynthesizeTextToStreamAsync(textToSpeak); audioPlayer.SetSource(ttsStream, ""); // This starts the player because AutoPlay="True" }
    • // Windows Phone Store App // Recognition private async Task<SpeechRecognitionResult> RecognizeSpeech() { SpeechRecognizer recognizer = new SpeechRecognizer(); // One of three Constraint types available SpeechRecognitionTopicConstraint topicConstraint = new SpeechRecognitionTopicConstraint(SpeechRecognitionScenario.WebSearch, "MSDN"); recognizer.Constraints.Add(topicConstraint); await recognizer.CompileConstraintsAsync(); // Required // Put up UI and recognize user's utterance SpeechRecognitionResult result = await recognizer.RecognizeWithUIAsync(); return result; } // Calling code uses result.RecognitionResult.Text or // result.RecognitionResult.SemanticInterpretation
    • // Windows Phone Store App // Recognition private async Task<SpeechRecognitionResult> RecognizeSpeech() { SpeechRecognizer recognizer = new SpeechRecognizer(); // One of three Constraint types available SpeechRecognitionTopicConstraint topicConstraint = new SpeechRecognitionTopicConstraint(SpeechRecognitionScenario.WebSearch, "MSDN"); recognizer.Constraints.Add(topicConstraint); await recognizer.CompileConstraintsAsync(); // Required // Put up UI and recognize user's utterance SpeechRecognitionResult result = await recognizer.RecognizeWithUIAsync(); return result; } // Calling code uses result.RecognitionResult.Text or // result.RecognitionResult.SemanticInterpretation SpeechRecognizer recognizer = new SpeechRecognizer(); // One of three Constraint types available SpeechRecognitionTopicConstraint topicConstraint = new SpeechRecognitionTopicConstraint( SpeechRecognitionScenario.WebSearch, "MSDN"); recognizer.Constraints.Add(topicConstraint); await recognizer.CompileConstraintsAsync(); // Required
    • // Windows Phone Store App // Recognition private async Task<SpeechRecognitionResult> RecognizeSpeech() { SpeechRecognizer recognizer = new SpeechRecognizer(); // One of three Constraint types available SpeechRecognitionTopicConstraint topicConstraint = new SpeechRecognitionTopicConstraint(SpeechRecognitionScenario.WebSearch, "MSDN"); recognizer.Constraints.Add(topicConstraint); await recognizer.CompileConstraintsAsync(); // Required // Put up UI and recognize user's utterance SpeechRecognitionResult result = await recognizer.RecognizeWithUIAsync(); return result; } // Calling code uses result.RecognitionResult.Text or // result.RecognitionResult.SemanticInterpretation // Put up UI and recognize user's utterance SpeechRecognitionResult result = await recognizer.RecognizeWithUIAsync(); return result; } // Calling code uses result.RecognitionResult.Text or // result.RecognitionResult.SemanticInterpretation
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