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by Dr. Péter Rónay | December 21, 2021 | 11
Read morePersonal assistants communicating with the VUI, or voice-user interface, have become much more popular than the largest industry players expected them to be. Amazon, Microsoft, Google, or Apple all have their digital assistant (developed strictly in-house) on offer, and to tell the truth each one of these is better at something than its competitors.
by Dr. Péter Rónay | June 8, 2021 | 17
Read moreIn recent years, communicating with voice interfaces has become a normal part of our lives. In fact, we’ve already been using numerous voice-activated services, such as identity verification in customer service channels, mobile banking, or even answering queries using digital assistants like Alexa or Google Assistant.
by Dr. Péter Rónay | May 25, 2021 | 13
Read moreFor VUIs, or voice user interfaces, user testing is just as essential as for any other system. Although the tests will be very similar to those we are used to with mobile applications, if the device only allows voice-based control (like Amazon’s Echo), there are significant differences.
Visually impaired Hungarians are assisting Ergomania to develop Voice User Interfaces for all mankind
by Dr. Péter Rónay | April 15, 2021 | 21
Read moreAt the end of 2020, Ergomania embarked on the next phase of a larger project. Since 2013, we have been developing solutions on the field of voice control and voice navigation, so we sought out the blind and visually impaired to aid us in our research on voice control.
by Dr. Péter Rónay | March 2, 2021 | 18
Read moreEnglish has become a common language of modern times in the Northwest of the world, and this greatly facilitates communication on a daily basis. But half a billion people in Europe rightly ask why they should learn a second language just to be able to handle devices with voice commands? Ergomania is a leading expert in Europe on VUI, ie Voice User Interfaces.
by Dr Andras Rung | April 27, 2020 | 9
Read moreMicrophones, in addition to physical input devices (keyboard, mouse, touch screen), are undeniably everywhere. Naturally, they are included in all mobile phones, but are also becoming more and more common in home computing.