Use your own voice to control your Electronic gadget
A clone of the classic game "Simon" utilizing a Sparkfun Artemis board with machine learning to control the game using only voice commands.
An Arduino powered Device for mute/mute and deaf persons
In need of a good argument? Try the argument bot! A robot based on Monty Python's Flying Circus argument sketch.
This is a prototype robot assistant, based on a NANO Jetson. It incorporates deep learning tools.
Subtle use of Bolt IoT Platform and IFTTT Applet to control LEDs using Google Assistant based on Temperature alert.
DIY Amazon Echo using Arduino that can control house lights, tell you the time, play music and even get the weather status right now.
The Patriot Alexa Smart Home Skill and IoT library allow you to voice control your Photon quickly and easily with no Alexa coding at all.
Log humidity, automatic irrigate, switch plant growing lamp on and voice control everything with Amazon Alexa and Arduino.
Voice activate Google Assistant SDK on Raspberry Pi with custom wake word or hotword. Applicable to both the Pi Zero W and Pi 3.
Control any device using your voice, Alexa, and a NodeMCU serving as a makeshift Belkin WeMo.
This is an implementation of the Google Assistant API wrapped as an Alexa skill.
Make your own AIY Projects Kit Google Voice HAT.
Control your home appliances by using your voice.
Easily connect and control Raspberry Pi using Amazon Echo.
You're at your Office and want to know about your home? Control your household devices and get alerts about home no matter wherever you are!
[OUTDATED] Having Amazon Alexa, via an Amazon Echo, control a Google Chromecast via a Raspberry Pi running a Python script.
Control and monitor the home environment using Android app with advanced features such as voice command, scheduling, home preparing itself.
Home Automation using Particle and Amazon Echo
This Bluetooth-controlled mini-lift can be a useful addition for your makerspace, office, or even for your home.
Use Alexa to voice control a relay connected to the Internet via ESP8266-01.
This includes creating Adafruit account then linking to IFTTT website then adding to Google Assistant for voice commands.
This guide shows you how to set up Google Assistant in a Raspberry Pi using the MATRIX Voice or MATRIX Creator as a microphone.
Learn how to install the Rhasspy offline voice assistant, through a simple Docker image!