by Antimatter Research

A cleaner sounding microphone for your typical webcam that allows for better speech-recognition and teleconference, is hackable, and based on a chipset that is capable of being Alexa

View all updates Nov 18, 2017

Demo Time! Acusis and Echo-Cancellation Featuring Raspberry Pi

First, thank you to everyone who has backed us - you are the reason we’ve gotten this far!

We’d like to share this video showing where Acusis really comes in handy. We whipped up a simple web-app using webkitSpeechRecogntition and meSpeak.js, on a Raspberry Pi 2. Offloading tasks like echo-cancellation really shines in embedded systems like this. While this is only a fun demo app, it shows the problem we’ve had in a voice-controlled podcast player we were building earlier.

We hope this helps demonstrate where Acusis can really come in handy, and sparks some creative ideas!

Until next time,
Peter and the rest of the Acusis team

$50,110 raised

of $6,900 goal

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ONE Acusis unit, fully assembled, tested, and ready for you to use. Includes one 6' microUSB cable verified to work with Acusis.


Antimatter Research

We like to think of ourselves as a true full-stack company. We have a variety of skills ranging from chip design to PCBs to firmware, OS, applications, cloud, computer vision, and machine learning. We've worked with a variety of companies and contract manufacturers and can help with a project from inception to production.

Gladys Wong

Jim Baldwin

Peter Macdonald

Kevin Meier

Hedley Davis

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