Create Comic Books From Videos with yack!
Developers built a video and restyle it as a classic comic book using Deepgram's Speech Recognition API and computer vision. See how here!
Add Live Speech Bubbles To YouTube Videos with Autobubble
Using facial recognition and speech recognition to create live speech bubbles.
Practice Spelling Bees with Spelling Hero
We speak to the developers behind Spelling Hero - a spelling bee simulator complete with contextual usage and multi-difficulty. Learn more here.
Voice Control Your Browser with Stëmm
Leveraging both the Deepgram API & Chrome APIs into a Chrome extension that lets users control the browser hands-free with voice commands. Learn how we did it here.
Collaborative Augmented Reality Note-Taking with AiRNote
The team behind AirNote utilized Deepgram's Speech Recognition API to create an app for generating, editing, and customizing AR sticky notes in a collaborative environment. Read more here.
Creating Contextual Video Overlays with TomScottPlus
How the team behind TomScottPlus used Deepgram to analyze YouTube videos in real-time and provide an overlay with Wikipedia links to read. Read more here.
Sharpen Your Foreign Language Skills with Triolingo's Chatbot
With Deepgram and GPT-3, the team behind Triolingo created a realistic multilingual chatbot to help language learners gain confidence in conversation. Read about it here.
Use Your Voice to Draw with ARTiculate
The team behind ARTiculate created a React and P5.js application for voice-based drawing to increase access to creative expression. Learn more here.
A Deepgram Hackathon Recap: What makes a good submission?
The Deepgram + Dev.to hackathon was an opportunity to build with Deepgram or share your coolest ideas, and we got some great ones. Check out what made them stand out.