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Blade Runner: K-Esper

Postby KenoLeon » July 20th, 2017, 3:03 pm

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Just in time for the sequel... growing up I loved scifi interfaces and loved a thing called ESPER, a TV like machine that Harrison Ford interacted with half drunk by talking to it and hunting for clues.

I tried recreating it online for a coding talk I did and while not perfect(it's a crude prototype) it is somehow fun when it works, give it a try:

K-ESPER

Only works on the latest Chrome Browsers (tested on mac & pc) , and you fire it up by saying “wake up”, you also need to accept to some permissions and have a mic, go crazy by loading a where’s waldo image with “load waldo”.
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Re: Blade Runner: K-Esper

Postby shaggy » July 20th, 2017, 3:51 pm

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The voice recognition works well - fun! Couldn't get to Waldo, though I think I found him.


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