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Computer Voice

Posted: Tue Jan 03, 2023 12:23 pm
by classic89
In star trek, there was a feature of Text-to-Speech Accessibility feature for at least the Captain.

The computer voice in Star Trek (played by Majel Barrett) was an audio interface program designed to allow computers to express information verbally.

For users who have dyslexia, low vision issues, speech apraxia, or those who loved the computer voice in Star Trek. It would be beneficial to be able to play the computer/dialogue text instead of just reading it to the crew.

Currently, as a user especially if I'm playing the Captain, dialogues pop up for missions that I'd have to relay to the rest of the crew. I'd like an option to play the dialogue text over comms for the crew. I think it would be both fun and beneficial as an optional item for text dialogue.

Re: Computer Voice

Posted: Mon Nov 06, 2023 2:48 am
by henryfonda
Having a Text-to-Speech Accessibility feature for dialogue text in games could definitely enhance the gaming experience for users with different accessibility needs. It would allow players to have the dialogue text played over comms for the rest of the crew, making it easier to relay information during missions. This feature could also bring a touch of nostalgia for fans of the computer voice in Star Trek.
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Re: Computer Voice

Posted: Tue Jan 16, 2024 3:35 am
by panda09
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