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Dani Cymru – Cyber Renegade

Raspberry Pi – Home Automation – Artificial Intelligence – Virtual Reality

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Multi Processing OpenCV Video Image Environment

So what is this. Well partly an update on my previous project Multi Processing OpenCV Home Surveillance System but also a lot more. It is a mix and match environment of classes that can be combined to do lots of different image tasks each working in its own process. Ideal for rapid prototyping etc. Read More ...

AIY Voice Kit – Voice (VAD) or Hotword Activation

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 ...

Multi Processing OpenCV Home Surveillance System

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 a site which is excellent for anything to do with OpenCV. A lot of the ideas for my system came from here. Also very worthy of praise is Derek Simkowiak work on tracking gerbils. Read more ...

AIY Voice Kit with Machine Learning

This is a bit of a fun project I've done in recent weeks. Actually adding machine learning for the AIY Voice kit. Most of the ideas I got from Python Programming with Deep Learning. Read more

AIY Voice Kit

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. Read more ...

Home Automation with 433MHz rf Nexa Sockets and the Blyss Wireless Doorbell

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). Read more ...

Dani Cymru – Cyber Renegade

Raspberry Pi - Home Automation - Robotics - Virtual Reality - Artificial Intelligence - Computer Vision - Voice Recognition

Mia Robocat

A few years back I bought a kit from Dawn Robotics to build a robocat which we called Mia. read more ...

Mia Wii Controller

I don't know when or how I found out that you the signals sent by the Wii Controller can be captured by bluetooth and therefore could be used to control any device such as a robot.  read more ....

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