CellWriterDS

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by twimbo, Jan 14, 2009.

  1. twimbo
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    Hi to all.

    I would like to present CellWriterDS, a Nintendo DS porting of CellWriter, a configurable engine for handwriting recognition.

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    At the URL http://www.object65.it/CellWriterDS.aspx you will find the first version of the library, the test program and the sources.

    I hope that the library could be the starting point for many interesting tests and homebrew based on handwriting recognition!

    Bye
     
  2. xxRAG3

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    excuse me, but if you click downloads and look to the left, you may upload your own homebrew for others to view, instead of utilising the forums.
     
  3. SoulAnger

    SoulAnger MENUdo's Developer

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    Sorry, xxRAG3, but not too many people looks at the download section of GBAtemp.Also this is a great way for people, to know about this library.

    Also, awesome work, wimbo. [​IMG]
     
  4. IzzehO

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    Wow nice work: can't wait to see this implemented!

    Ps. have any commercial games implemented anything like this? :s
     
  5. Pulstar85

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    ^ Crosswords DS
     
  6. SoulAnger

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    The "Brain Age" series. [​IMG]
     
  7. Narin

    Narin The Cheat Master, kupo!

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    Hmm, I tried this out. It doesn't seem that accurate. Overall though, not bad.
     
  8. twimbo
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    The particularity of CellWriter is that it can be easily trained to adapt it to everyone write style. Try it again training it with your own samples for the symbols that are not well recognized (the demo program doesn't save trained samples after close).

    bye