Let people into your apartment, by shouting at your apartment.
“Good morning. It’s 7am. The weather in Malibu is 72 degrees with scattered clouds. The surf conditions are fair with waist-to-shoulder."
Alexa wants to meet Cortana. Now you can run Amazon Alexa voice service in several platforms like macOS, Linux, Windows and Raspbian.
This is VOICE based project which does automation on it own/user bases. It also has a smart security system and a voice update section.
This demo let the Windows/Phone 10 Cortana get data form the IoT device and push data to control fan
Having some fun combining clarifai and Mycroft.ai.
Set up your MATRIX device with Snips.ai to have a voice-controlled light in your room or office!
A smarter smart door than your smart door! Use the power of facial recognition and natural language technology to make a true smart door.
The BLElectric light (and a bit more) goes WiFi with a new microcontroller and gets a voice interface courtesy of Mycroft!
Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor with a highly integrated hardware platform ideal for a wide range of IoT devices.
A continuation of our guide: Rhasspy Voice Assistant on MATRIX Voice and MATRIX Creator. Set MATRIX LEDs with a private voice assistant!
A voice-controlled project using the EasyVR Shield with an Arduino Uno and gen4-uLCD-43DT.
Set up your MATRIX device with Snips.ai to have a voice-controlled arc reactor that pulses on command.
This article is dedicated to cross-compiling and deploying the PJSIP/PJSUA2 libraries to an ARM embedded system.
Install Mycroft.AI on your MATRIX device for an open source voice assistant!
Adding some very basic natural language generation (NLG) to the Smart Eye for Your Pi!
A pair of Arduino glasses that can generate music / tone via a wearer's eyes.
Get started with Particle's Photon – hugely popular for building WiFi-enabled smart homes.
Play rock, paper, scissors with Mycroft and Clarifai.
Use your voice commands to control BigClown programmable LED strip (Neopixel compatible) by Amazon Alexa and Raspberry Pi.
I built an Raspberry Pi-powered Alexa device with a screen (to complement my Compost Professor project).
A retro camera captioning every picture.
Device that gives you a flash briefing of the health of your plants
Use the FuPy project to load a RISC-V or other SoC softcore on the MATRIX Voice's Spartan-6 FPGA programmable through MicroPython.