FUJITSU’s software LiveTalk, a participatory communications tool for people with hearing disabilities, is now on sale to companies and schools in Japan.
Live Talk helps people with hearing disabilities participate and share information in meetings with multiple people. The software recognizes speech and converts in to text, which is then displayed on multiple PC screens.
LiveTalk boasts the following features:
- Converts speech into text with speech-recognition technology and real-time display of speech with wireless LAN transmissions
- Enables text-based communication, as speech is converted into text and displayed on PC screens in real time with speech recognition using handheld and headset mics.
- If multiple people speak at once the text conversion is processed in parallel and displayed simultaneously.
- Mistakes corrected on the PC.
- Text is transmitted in real time to PCs and tablets connected to a wireless LAN router.
- Provides for a variety of modes of expression, such as the transmission of stamps or fixed expressions in real time
- In addition to keyboard input, through the input of easily understandable emoticon stamps and preregistered, frequently used, fixed phrases anyone can comment quickly.