Speech Basics-WPF C# Sample
Kinect for Windows 1.5, 1.6, 1.7
|This sample requires that you install the Microsoft Speech Platform SDK (see the software requirements to download the Speech SDK).|
When you run this sample, you see the following:
- The sample captures streaming audio from a Kinect using a speech recognition engine (SRE).
- After you provide the grammar for the engine, the sample writes out hypothesized and recognized text to a command window.
|The Sample Uses the Following APIs||To Do This|
|KinectSensor.KinectSensors Property||Get the Kinect sensors that are plugged in and ready for use.|
|KinectSensor.Start Method and KinectSensor.Stop Method||Start or stop the sensor.|
|SpeechRecognitionEngine.InstalledRecognizers method||Get the metadata for a speech recognizer to process audio.|
|SpeechRecognitionEngine class||Create a speech recognition engine.|
|Grammar class||Create a grammar for the speech recognition engine.|
|KinectAudioSource.Start Method and KinectAudioSource.Stop Method||Start or stop the audio data.|
|SpeechRecognizedEventArgs class||Use the event arguments in functions, such as SpeechRecognized and SpeechRejected, to get information about an audio sample.|
|SpeechRecognizedEventArgs.Result.Confidence property||Determine whether or not to use the audio sample.|
|SpeechRecognizedEventArgs.Result.Semantics.Value property||Identify the grammar in the audio sample.|
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