Voice-controlled UI plus a TTS engine.

Categories Mozilla, UX

A few days ago I’ve attended the launch of SohoXI – Hook and Loop’s latest product that aims to change the look and feel of the Enterprise applications forever. I am close to believing that and not only because I work for the same company as they do.

They have delivered extremely revolutionary UI in order to take the ugly enterprise UI and UX to a whole new level – and it is more awesome than ever. Unfortunately I am now allowed to share more on that topic, but you can follow their blog.

I’ve mentioned them, because I’ve created a small app based on their work and on some open source projects to control the UI with my voice.

Is this the future of the Enterprise applications? Maybe, but hey it’s real fun if one application is talking to you and you talking to it back changing the UI with your voice and no other input devices.

How cool is that? See a small part of the experiment here (pardon my English)

Oh yes, everything is HTML/CSS and JS :)


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1 Comment

  • Voice navigation – bringing your app to the next level? – Bogomil Shopov
    March 1, 2016

    […] A few months ago I created an experiment by combining the shiny SoHo Interface with a few good working opensource javascript implementations for voice and gesture to control the interface. […]

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