Alexa Powered Lego Chess Player
A continuation of our guide: Rhasspy Voice Assistant on MATRIX Voice and MATRIX Creator. Set MATRIX LEDs with a private voice assistant!
Learn how to install the Rhasspy offline voice assistant, through a simple Docker image!
Program the ESP32 on your MATRIX Voice over WiFi using the Arduino IDE, and utilize it as a standalone satellite device.
Send simple Bluetooth queries to control your MATRIX Voice's LEDs.
MATRIX Voice ESP32 standalone satellite mics for a Raspberry Pi server running Snips. Credit to Paul Romkes for this amazing project!
A quick tutorial on how to interface the voice recognition module with few examples.
How to use a YS - M3 sound module for giving voice to your projects.
A pair of Arduino glasses that can generate music / tone via a wearer's eyes.
A retro camera captioning every picture.
Straight from Meet the Robinsons with 3D-printed spidey legs, an LED MATRIX eye, and turning towards sources of sound to intimidate!
A system for the blind which helps them walk through the street, as and also monitors their location and sends an SOS on button press.
Set up your MATRIX device with Snips.ai to have a voice-controlled thermostat in your home or office!
Just imagine controlling your home appliances with the help of your voice... sounds cool, right?
My solution enables independence in a way that not only puts the person's needs 1st but also provides peace of mind 24/7
All-in-one stereo audio FM transmitter with RDS/RBDS data transmission capability.
It's a very simple “robot” that speaks. The face is a toggle/duplex wallplate, eyes are pingpong balls, lips are a ponytail holder.
Kids toy that tries to use as much as possible the Alexa and Lego Mindstorms capabilities to create a robotic voice controlled reality.
SimpleUI tries to simplify the common problems and questions from individuals in a new environment.