RealTimeSubtitle - 2016/17 - RICM5

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  • Didier Donsez
  • Jérôme Maisonnasse
  • Laurent Besacier

Resource person:

  • Marie-Paule Balicco, director of Grenoble disabled person's reception

Members of team:

  • David Bui, Communication leader
  • Anna Bruel, score leader
  • Maxime Lechevallier, project coordinator
  • Tanguy Mathieu
  • Adrien Mouret


  • achievement of an application which semi-automatically record the voice.
  • The HMI facilitates the correction of wrong translations thank to collaborative participation

Technical constraint

  • recognition API: Dragon/Sphinx/Amazon/Google natif/Google speech
  • HTML5 + CSS + Javascript


Week 1 (January 23th)

Objective: define accurately the requirements and the first sprint.

  • Understanding of the subject, constraints and available equipments with Jérome Maisonnasse at FabLab. The team hesitates to use a Fablab's microphone or a simplier bluetooth microphone. We are awareness of different technologie (amazone, google natif, pocket sphinx...) and have the possibility to meet researchers ( Michel Vacher and François Portet )
  • Determine the customer requirements with Marie-Paule Balicco at the disabled house.
  • Brainstorming to define the specifications.
  • Setting up the tools to launch the app: meteor lamp
  • Setting up the management tools: gitlab, trello, slack.
  • Recovery the old project making in RICM4

Sprint until the 30th of January:

  • David Bui: is looking for with API more suitable to the acquisition of the voice. There are the choice between Dragon, Spĥinx, Amazone and Google natif
  • Anna Bruel: edit the SRS and the view of the HMI.
  • Maxime Lechevallier: is looking for the editing part for the collaborative correction
  • Tanguy Mathieu: is looking for the integration of pdf in the app.
  • Adrien Mouret: is looking for the deployment of server checking portability.

Week 2 (January 30th)

Week 3 (February 6th)

Week 4 (February 13th)

Week 5 (February 20th)

Week 6 (February 27th)

Week 7 (March 6th)

Week 8 (March 13th)

Week 9 (March 20th)

soutenance ???





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