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The Conversation Visualizer
ConverStory uses a combination of the latest advancements in speech recognition and image search technologies to bring you a revolutionary way to search for images. Launch the application on your Android phone or tablet. Start talking and VOILA! Your spoken words display in real-time across the bottom of the screen, and images start to appear like magic related to the topic you're speaking about. It is voice activated image search. Quickly and easily find an image using your voice, then save, set as wallpaper or share it to other apps. It's also a useful tool for speech pathology (therapy) and those who are learning how to speak and pronounce English. The real-time captions are very useful to the hard of hearing. Chromecast ConverStory to big screen TVs and projectors! ConverStory currently offers: • voice activated image search • real-time speech to text captions • works in both portrait and landscape orientations • image pause and play controls • streaming image slideshow experience • save, share or set the image as wallpaper • swipe right to browse back through image history • settings section for customizable functionality • Built-in slideshow with local time clock (when no speech detected) • Google Chromecast functionality Experience a new dimension in image searching
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