Some of you may remember in my original review of the AIY voice kit, that I mentioned the fact that the ladybox needed to be activated by either a button press or by clapping. I commented at the time that someone was soon going to come up with a voice or hotword activation trigger fairly soon. Read more ...
Having an old webcam hanging about and a pizero (in a customized matchbox case) available (a MagPi freebee) I decided to try my hand at Motion Detection. Looking at some of the stuff around, I was introduced to Pyimagesearch Search... Continue Reading →
One of the great things from being a subscriber to the Magpi magazine is the amount of quality equipment they give out for free. But to be honest I wasn't expecting what came in the issue before last which was a whole voice kit consisting of the voice hat, speaker, microphone, arcade type button, cables and of course the cardboard box. Plus a ready made sd image.
My first idea was to get Mia Robocat to be able to turn lights on and off, turn appliances like television on as well as change channels. So I bought the following 433MHz rf receiver and transmitter which are very cheap (about £2).
Raspberry Pi - Home Automation - Robotics - Virtual Reality - Artificial Intelligence - Computer Vision - Voice Recognition