Spoken Word was created to simplify the user experience on a Linux machine while offering the full power and functionality of the terminal.

What it does

Spoken Word enables the user to operate the command line using simple, spoken commands that can be customized to the user's needs. Through a familiar graphical interface, they can set keywords that, when spoken, will open a program of their choice. For additional customization, there is an "advanced mode" where users can associate these keywords with any command.

How I built it

Spoken Word is an Electron-powered, cross-platform desktop application. It uses the Python-based SpeechRecognition API to process voice input into terminal commands, which are executed using the Node.js module ShellJS.

Challenges I ran into

The main challenge was creating a functional product suitable for demonstration within the time constraints.

Accomplishments that I'm proud of

What I learned

What's next for voice-commands

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