Moshi IVR Alarm Clock (Interactive Voice Responsive)

Moshi IVR Alarm Clock (Interactive Voice Responsive)

The Moshi IVR alarm clock features TimeSet technology and is the first alarm clock that requires only voice commands to set the time and alarm. Using IVR Technology, Interactive Voice Recognition, commands are initiated with a simple “Hello Moshi”.  The system responds by asking “Command Please?”. The device’s IVR technology uses a mixture of HMM Phonetic Speaker Independent Recognition software and Neural Net software, which makes it possible for the clock to understand numerous accents and enables large vocabulary recognition. The alarm clock is always listening, screening conversations, and waiting for the keyword “Hello Moshi” to initiate commands.

Novel clock users will love the convenience of the Moshi IVR Alarm Clock. No more getting out of bed to turn it off.  You can ask Moshi the time while you’re getting ready for work, and it’ll also tell you the current temperature. A night light is included as well.  The Moshi IVR alarm clock is a great tool for blind and visually impaired individuals, and the World Blind Union endorses Moshi because of its simplicity with verbal commands.

Listed below are the voice commands available when using Moshi:

Sleep Sound Choose 1 of 3 available sleep sounds
Play Sleep Sound Plays 5 minutes of the sleep sound (3 minutes for travel size)
Today’s Date Tells you today’s date
Temperature Tells you the current temperature
Night Light Turns on the night light
Help Offers a help menu of assistance
Time Tells you the current time
Set Time Set the clock’s time by voice
Alarm Tells you the alarm time set
Set Alarm Set the clock’s alarm time by voice
Alarm Sound Choose 1 of 3 available alarm sounds
Turn Off the Alarm Turns off the alarm, and gives current time, date, and temperature

 

12 Comments

  1. SnowSledder
    Dec 01, 2008 @ 09:15:13

    Cool! I think I’ll ask Santa to put one under the tree for me.

  2. Gadget Fan
    Jun 14, 2009 @ 15:41:19

    that just looks awesome! Although im not sure your 1st words in the morning are likely to be hello moshi!

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  11. rich
    Dec 24, 2010 @ 19:09:45

    i need this

  12. Butch
    May 18, 2011 @ 06:39:31

    This thing is horrible!! We have to repeat the info at least 10-12 times to get it to set to the right time. we’ll say “10:30″ and it’ll set to 4:27 or some such weird numbers…I hope there’s a version 2 because this thing is dumpster bound!!!!

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