Design your own far-field voice interface

August 29, 2019 //By Julien Happich
voice interface
This month, XMOS is giving away three VocalFusion Dev Kits for Amazon AVS (XK-VF3510-L71-AVS) for eeNews Europe's readers to evaluate and prototype far-field voice interfaces using the XVF3510 voice processor with the Amazon Alexa Voice Service.

Worth $399, the VocalFusion development kit is a far-field 2-mic solution optimised for smart TVs and set-top boxes. It is built around the XMOS XVF3510 voice processor, running the company’s next generation acoustic algorithms to support far-field voice capture with close range precision. Only costing $0.991, the XVF3510 enables manufacturers to embed a voice interface into mass-market smart TVs and set-top boxes economically.

Developed in the UK and purpose-built for modern living spaces, XMOS’ next generation acoustic algorithms can identify and isolate a voice command from every other sound in the room (including any media streaming through the device itself). They include a stereo acoustic echo canceller, an interference canceller to cancel out unwanted background noise, and an adaptive delay estimator that dynamically adjusts audio reference signal latency, ensuring the acoustic echo cancellation algorithms deliver a smooth, real-time experience.



And last month’s winners are…

In our previous reader offer, Schurter was giving away three of its Configurable Display Switch kits (CDS1), worth 250 Euros each, for eeNews Europe's readers to win.

Lucky winners include Mr L. Wickham from the UK, Mr B. Hatzidakis from Greece and Mr L. Ghourabi from the Netherlands. All should be receiving their packages soon. Let's wish them some interesting findings with their projects.


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