ReSpeaker – Add Voice Interaction To Anything You Like, 300% funded (so far) on Kickstarter

By on August 29, 2016
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Open Source, Modular design. Voice Interaction Development Board. IoT controller. Interact with the world, just using your voice.

Powered by the MT7688 Wi-Fi module and the built-in high performance microphone, ReSpeaker responds to your voice and recognize your speeches based on powerful online cognitive services like Microsoft Cognitive Service, Amazon Alexa Voice Service, Google Speech API, and Houndify.

Also with the on board SD card slot to extend the storage and the integrated lightweight speech recognition engine – the PocketSphinx, ReSpeaker works equally well for keywords spotting when offline. You can have a large vocabulary and audio files stored in local storage to implement the speech recognition at anytime, anywhere, even without the internet.

ReSpeaker supports Airplay/DLNA for wireless music streaming. Just connect ReSpeaker to any ordinary speaker with an AUX cable, then you can start enjoying the music you love without pressing a single button. ReSpeaker runs the OpenWrt system that is based on Linux, which makes it 100% friendly to developers. It is provided with detailed and easy-to-use SDK, so developers are able to develop more applications using Python on Linux. ReSpeaker also supports other popular programming languages like C/C++, Arduino, JavaScript and Lua.

Grab your early bird package on the official Kickstarter page, 24 days still to go.

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