Service Creates Custom Voices For Those Who Can’t Speak

Service Creates Custom Voices For Those Who Can’t Speak
technology

VocaliD uses your voice to give people a unique way to express themselves.

Ross Brooks
  • 21 march 2014

People with sever speech impediments often have to rely on an artificial voice that sounds an awful lot like a robot. VocaliD wants to give those people a better way to express themselves, which is why they have started a service that lets you donate your voice.

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