Re: [76attendees] RFID

Joe Touch <touch@ISI.EDU> Tue, 10 November 2009 20:52 UTC

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Thomas Heide Clausen wrote:
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> While we're at it, two more technical things would be good to see in the
> future:
> 
> o a Jabber robot echoing the speaker name to the Jabber room;
> 
> o (likely more complicated) a text-to-speech robot injecting the speaker
> name
> on the audio-stream.

Well, this could be a lot simpler. E.g., the web page could accept an
upload of a recorded message, so the author could speak their own name
to be inserted.

That could be supported either by individual users or could be supported
at a "microphone stand" at the venue (e.g., near the RFID help desk).

Joe
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