Is it possible to create a noise/voice controller plugin for Corona?
So I can use noise and sound as a controller like in the "Chicken scream" game https://youtu.be/yeBgDGMt32M
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I'm sure you could write a plugin that generates Runtime events. Then you could listen for them in your code.
The trick, I think, is finding a good speech/audio conversion library/API to integrate into your plugin.
I'm guessing here, but it sounds like you are asking for something that merely detects:
Those two measures would allow for began, changed, and ended phases with (relative) volume as a floating point field.
That alone would give you significant flexibility in creating a control scheme.
Edited by roaminggamer, 16 October 2018 - 08:15 AM.
Some time ago, a friend of mine created a game on LÖVE (another Lua engine) where the player controls an airplane's angle by the volume of microphone input. So, it can definitely be done on Lua, but I am not sure how he approached the issue, i.e. whether he wrote his own code or found some library, etc.
Thanks for the tips @roaminggamer
I would really appreciate if you could ask your friend how he solved that, @XeduR.
I don't think it would be a lot of people purchasing this kind of plugin, but it can be used to create some pretty cool/unusual features.
I have a (potential) client that wants to create an artistic app that changes with the music he is listening to.
I do not have the skill or time to create this kind of plugin myself, so I would also have to find someone that can.
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