An improved version (smaller, and easier to follow) of the VoiceCode demo movie is now available. This movie will be presented at CHI 2006 (Computer Human Interaction conference) in Montreal, in April.
You can get the movie from the Files section of our SourceForge site, or from this URL:
VoiceCode is finally in a state where people can use it to do real work in Python and C/C++. The system is still fairly hard to install, but the development team believes users will find the effort worthwhile. For a better idea of what this version of VoiceCode can do, see the latest demo movie at:
There is a new demo movie that shows the status of VoiceCode as of October 2005.
This new movie demonstrates various improvements that have been made over the last 2 years.
You can view it on this page:
A demo movie illustrating the current state of the VoiceCode programming-by-voice project is now available at:
By popular demand, we are releasing this "Alpha minus one" version of the VoiceCode programming-by-voice system. This version is not usable and is released only to allow people to get a feel for the current status of the project. In particular, this version can only be used with a simple editor which we have developped for the purpose of testing and demoing VoiceCode. We plan to have the system connected to a real editor (jEdit or Emacs) within a few months, but for now this simple editor should allow you to get a feel for what VoiceCode currently supports. ... read more
The first meeting of the VoiceCode project was held at the Mistubishi Electric Research Lab in Boston, on March 19th, 2000.
In total, 21 people attended, 6 of which remotely through the WebEx internet conferencing service.
Proceedings of the meeting are available at:
A white paper describing the directions of the VoiceCode project is now available online at: