You can now use voice control in Windows as well as Mac.
Prerequisite is to have microphone set up and successfully working in the Windows Control Panel > Speech Recognition > Set Up Microphone wizard. You may have to increase your mic gain, for example. Once you have it set up, you don’t actually need to have Windows Speech Recognition running in order for Interface voice control to work, though you can have both running at the same time if you want.
To do voice control in Interface, run the script speechControl.js and turn voice control on/off with Tools > Control With Speech menu item (Ctrl-Shift-C shortcut).
The voice commands available in speechControl.js are:
- Move forward / backward / up / down / left / right
- Step forward / backward / up / down / left / right
- Turn left / right
- Turn slight left / right
- Turn around
- Show commands