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Happy #BurnsNight from the CereProc team here in Edinburgh! https://soundcloud.com/user803592839/address-to-a-haggis …
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Seeing as we are only 2 days away from Christmas, we thought we would do a round up of all of CereProc's achievements in 2015!
There are only two days left until Christmas, so we thought it would be fitting to do a quick round up of all of CereProc's 2015 achievements. Here goes! To kick off, CereProc's TTS engine and voices went through a major upgrade to CereVoice 3.2 The voices are even more natural sounding by using ...
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CereProc and CALL Scotland are proud to announce the world's first Gaelic Synthetic voice, you can read the full details in CereProc's blog.

The story was also published on the National @http://www.thenational.scot/news/the-new-computer-language-is---gaelic.10732
CereProc and CALL Scotland have collaborated to produce the world's first Scottish Gaelic synthetic voice Ceitidh (pronounced as "Katie"). The Ceitidh voice is available for Microsoft Windows and Apple OS X and may be freely downloaded by schools, FE colleges, universities and public sector ...
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Want to use CereProc's TTS voices with a text to speech reader but don't know which one? Here are some suggestions
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Research shows by watching the movement of your tongue it can potentially improve your speech! Find out more
A new study done by University of Texas at Dallas researchers indicates that watching 3-D images of tongue movements can help individuals learn speech sounds. Researchers say the findings could be especially helpful for stroke patients seeking to improve their speech articulation.
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Wearable technology is growing fast with a number of them including different features such as text to speech, voice recognition.

But do you know what was first classed as a wearable? If not read the article below it may surprise you!
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CereProc work with a variety of voice actors and it is always interesting to find out how they entered the industry.

Halo voice actress Laura Bailey talks about her experience here:
If you’ve played a video game in the last few years, you’ve probably heard Laura Bailey’s voice.
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The University of Michigan are developing a full page Braille tablet that could enhance the learning process for those who are visually impaired!

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By borrowing from microfluidics, a team of University of Michigan researchers are reinventing the braille display to be cheaper and more useful.
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The world's first Scottish Gaelic voice is now available on CereProc's webstore!
Welcome to the CereVoice Demo. Enter text here and press play. Loading voice list, please wait. HTML5 audio is not available. English · French · German · Italian · Spanish · Home. CereProc Text-to-Speech. Menu. Home · For Businesses · TTS Server · MRCP Connector · Voice Creation · Languages ...
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Strong advent calender game this year! ‪#‎maytheforcebewithyou‬ ‪#‎starwars‬ ‪#‎christmascountdown‬
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CereProc and long term German partner Aristech have successfully won a contract with Austrian Federal Railways (OBB) find out the full story in the latest blog!

The Herald Scotland also announced CereProc's latest win, read the article @ http://www.heraldscotland.com/business/13982232.Synthetic_speech_specialist_clinches/?ref=rss
CereProc and long term German partner Aristech GmbH - a leading supplier in the field of natural man-machine interaction - have successfully won a long term contract with Austrian Federal Railways (OBB) to equip all Austrian stations with a combination of Aristech and CereProc technologies.
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The Facebook user experience for the visually impaired will soon be improved with the help of text to speech!
A visual internet poses many challenges for people that are visually impaired
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Text-to-speech technology that speaks for itself
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We are an Edinburgh-based team who have developed the world's most advanced text-to-speech technology. Our voices not only sound real, they have character.

Cereproc's technology, quite literally, speaks for itself.