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Universal Game Translator - Uses Google's Cloud Vision to read and speak dialog from any image/game in any language
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UGT - Universal Game Translator - Uses Google's Cloud Vision to read and speak dialog from any image/game in any language

More info and youtube videos on how this works: https://www.codedojo.com/?p=2426

This source is C++ and includes a solution/project for Visual Studio 2019. This will only compile/run on Windows.

Valid builds that are setup are Debug X64 and Release X64

This project requires Proton SDK (a free open source library) as well. To compile UGT, first do some Proton tutorials and make sure are able to compile its example projects. (like RTSimpleApp) See https://www.rtsoft.com/wiki/doku.php?id=proton

This project works identical to that, so it should be checked out as a Proton subfolder, just like those examples.

It's hacked to only work on Windows (due to the low level nature of writing something that can do screen captures) but in theory those pieces could be abstracted out to be more platform agnostic.

Special thanks:

License: BSD style attribution, see LICENSE.md

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