Starting from RightBooth version 7.5.10 you can now configure RightBooth so that it accepts spoken commands for controlling the playing event.
To turn on voice commands, go to RightBooth User input settings and tick the option: Voice.
Then in addition to your chosen user input method (e.g. Mouse or Touchscreen), voice commands will also be enabled for all your events.
You will need to ensure your event is designed for voice commands as follows:
In the Screen editor, on each event screen where you would like voice command control, add one or more label items. Type the word or phrase into the label item(s) that you would like to be used as a voice command. Then add an appropriate click action on the label item.
For example, if you would like RightBooth to progress from the Start screen to the next screen in the event by saying ‘Start now’:
By default, some event screens have label items with predefined click actions and are therefore automatically enabled to accept voice commands. Examples include:
When speaking your commands, RightBooth voice recognition takes the spoken input from the Windows default microphone input device, so you must ensure that you have a working microphone attached to your system. This can be configured in Windows Settings under the section: System--> Sound.
Check out this latest training video on Voice Commands:
And here is the event file I used in the video. Simply download and save it in the folder: C:\Users\your_user_name\Documents\RightBooth7
Here's an idea for how you might use Voice Input:
And here is the event file I used in the video:
Note: The label items containing each of the spoken guest names are positioned off the right hand edge of the Start screen. So in the Screen Editor, if you zoom the view down to 0.7 you will see them.
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