Dragon NaturallySpeaking SDK Client Edition

Nuance features Dragon, a software that allows voice to do all the typing. With Dragon SDK, developers can enable speech recognition in an application. Some of the resources include dictation accuracy, microphone, and text-to-speech. Vocabulary is supported in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Dutch.
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September 16, 2014

CrowdSight SDK

CrowdSight Software Development Kit (SDK) is a fast and flexible crowd face analysis toolkit which allows you to gather relevant information about your audience. It measures in depth peoples’ unique behavior and responses to stimuli in diverse real-life environments. CrowdSight promises to revolutionize the market of face analysis by making it possible to measure the facial expressions of multiple people simultaneously. CrowdSight also enables to read and recognize important social information such as age and gender, and to accurately measure mood, head pose, attention time and the clothing style of the audiences in real time. CrowdSight can work on the most popular desktop and mobile operating systems (Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android).
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September 16, 2014

InSight SDK

InSight Software Development Kit (SDK) is an individual face analysis software toolkit which uniquely combines emotion recognition, demographics and eye tracking technologies in one solution. It can track tiny movements of facial muscle in individuals’ face and translate them into universal facial expressions like happiness, surprise, sadness, anger and others. Additionally, the SDK can be calibrated to understand where the user is looking at in the screen, and is also able to measure demographics like age and gender. All this by using a simple camera. InSight is a cross-platform software toolkit which can work on the most popular desktop and mobile operating systems (Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android).
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September 16, 2014

EyeFace SDK v3.9.0

Eyedea, a recognition service located in Czech Republic, has released the Eyeface SDK, a kit for developers interested to detect faces, analyze age and gender, and detect eyes, nose, and mouth. The SDK works with C/C++ libraries for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X environments. The possibilities of this SDK include to target advertising, count people, and analyze profiles. Eyedea claims to be obsessed with accuracy, optimization, flexibility and speed.
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September 12, 2014

Guild Wars 2 API C/C++ Library Project

The Guild Wars 2 API C/C++ Library Project provides methods for sending and receiving data from the Guild Wars 2 API's servers in C and C++. Methods for handling Items and Guilds are currently missing.
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September 1, 2014

Superpowered

Superpowered SDK is an audio development kit for cross platform use. Backed by Superpowered's digital signal processing technology, the Superpower SDK for Android and iOS offers a low-latency solution for embedding audio into intensive apps on low-power machines.
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August 25, 2014

AllJoyn

AllSeenAlliance is the 11th Linux Foundation Collaborative Project, aiming to ease communication between various devices and democratize the IOT. The AllJoyn SDK suite by AllSeen Alliance allows devices within close proximity to find and communicate with one another using peer to peer networks. The SDK comes with various API language bindings to comply with a diverse array of operating systems and chipsets. The SDK is written in C & C++ for compatibility with various use cases. Supported operating systems include: Android, Thin Client, iOS and OS/X, Linux, Unity, and Windows 7.
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August 15, 2014

Thalmic Myo

Thalmic Labs has developed Myo, a gesture control arm band that interprets electronic impulses of muscle actions to wirelessly control devices. They have an SDK/Framework for creating applications that can communicate with the armband. In addition to the SDK, Thalmic plans on soon releasing open source APIs to garner a community of developer support and interest.
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July 29, 2014