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Mark Peters : March 23th 2013 - 12:35 CET

Panasonic Smart TV feature Nuance voice capabilities


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NuancePanasonic Viera Smart TV’s : Nuance Communications announced that Panasonic’s 2013 line-up of Smart Viera HD-TVs announced at CES Show in Las Vegas feature voice capabilities powered by Nuance’s Dragon TV. Now users can simply sit back and speak to find content, search the internet, control volume and more - creating a more interactive and intelligent television experience. And with Dragon TV’s text-to-speech, television content and options on the screen can be read aloud. Dragon TV is Nuance’s unique voice and natural language understanding platform designed specifically for Smart TV, device and set-top box OEMs and service operators.
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Dragon TV brings the personal assistant experience to the living room, where consumers are able to speak to their TV and it responds, whether changing the channel, finding favorite movies and content by program name or actor, or staying connected with social media or the web - and much more. “Consumers need a simple way to navigate and search the overwhelming amount of TV content,” said Michael Thompson, executive vice president and general manager, Nuance Mobile. “Dragon TV enables Smart TV manufacturers like Panasonic to deliver a differentiated and compelling experience in one of the most intuitive ways people communicate - through voice.”

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Panasonic Smart TV
“Smart TVs provide an amazing digital living room experience, but traditional remotes and program guides make it challenging to find and access all that exists for content and entertainment. Voice eliminates those barriers, allowing our consumers to not only control but also interact with Panasonic’s Smart TVs,” said Hiroyuki Iwaki, group manager of TV product planning, Panasonic. The new Smart TVs from Panasonic featuring Dragon TV will be available worldwide beginning in the Spring of 2013.

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