Create a digital copy of your voice with my-own-voice, CES Innovation-Award winner.

Acapela Group awarded at CES 2023 CES Innovation Award and Digital Trends Tech for Change Award

My-own-voice, the CES Innovation Award-winning solution, was showcased in its latest version at CES, unveiling unequalled quality for the Assistive market and our aim to open to new usages in a near future.

Bradley Heaven and Daniel O'Connor honored us with their presence on Friday 6th January 2023 and shared their experience and usage of my-own-voice on their Tobii Dynavox device.

Acapela team @ces2023

Acapela team @ces2023 with Bradley Heaven and Daniel O’Connor.

Easiest & quickest way to create a synthetic voice that truly sounds like you. 

How does it work?

‘My-own-voice’ is an online service, based on the latest innovations made with DNN (Deep Neural Networks). It is a service that offers individuals diagnosed with speech or language disorders the possibility to create their own digital voice. The new version revealed at CES 2023 benefits from the state of the art technology and provides unequalled quality.

The user accesses the service online and records a set of 50 sentences. The recording process is web-based and has been adapted to make it accessible to everyone. My-own voice enables anyone to create his voice, simply using a computer, a standard headset and an internet connection. No specific skills are required.

The set of 50 recorded sentences is used as raw material and is processed through our Neural text to speech technology to generate the synthetic voice. The digital voice, created with the end user’s recordings, is then ready to be used to read any text.

Once the synthetic voice is created, it can be tested for free in a type & talk box on the Acapela my-own-voice app and also in TD Talk from Tobii Dynavox, prior to purchasing it for use in an assitive device with SAPI on Windows, with Google’s TTS API for Android or in a partner application.

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