Intel announced that it has released software under an open-source license that allows developers to build computers that see and "read lips" the way
humans do to better understand spoken commands. The lip-reading approach is immune to the inevitable inaccuracies that occur when speech recognition
algorithms are employed in noisy environments such as public places. The software is released under the BSD open source license and currently supports
systems running Linux, Windows 95/98/2000, and Windows NT/2000.
April 29, 2003