I agree, but I think that it hasn't found its niche yet. It's being forced to be seen as a global subsitute for typing, but I think in terms of sending email via PDAs or Cells, it's a great idea. When typing isn't available, it's the next best thing provided you don't have to yell or talk artificially to make it work.Originally posted by ddtlm
Voice recognition has a number of applications but is also overhyped, in my humble opinion.
We're getting closer...Originally posted by insidedanshead
Yeah.. and could you beam me up while your at it? haha jk...
technology will never cease to amaze me.. and the retina tracking cursor probably someday will become a reality...
Im liking this idea, it could be even better if it could flip around normally, and the keyboard could slide to a normal position, and use it as a standard laptop. And instead of a joystick, a trackpad could work also. Id love to be able to type standing up, provided it was not too awkward.Originally posted by jayscheuerle
Most people can type far faster than they can write. Writing is too slow. Voice recognition makes more sense.
This could be the breakthrough that NFL and NBA coaches (and John Madden) have dreamed of.
Here's an idea! A tablet that you hold with both hands in front of you. The keyboard is on the underside, split into the left and right sides. The left thumb works a space bar and the right works a little joystick. It would take a little training for all the hunt and peckers out there, but they should be touch-typing anyways these days... - j
amazing jadam. could you tell me where you found this "study"?Originally posted by jadam
problem with voice recognitiion is that when you talk you block the nuerons that allow you to think. It was a study conducted a while back.