• Bticino/Legrand’s domotic with Netatmo Drivia at CES2020

      Electrical experts, Legrand, are bringing HomeKit to your home’s electrical panel with the introduction of the Drivia Smart Electrical Panel system in partnership with Netatmo. Yep, you read that right, this HomeKit accessory installs directly into your circuit breaker...

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  • Fingerbot, Control All Devices Remotely Through Voice or App

      Upgrading your house to the convenience of home automation is a daunting task. Different protocols and different compatibilities for every device or appliance makes the transition difficult. Replacing all the existing appliances with IoT devices is...

    • Posted 8 months ago
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  • Voice Controlled Robot Car

      Build you own voice-controlled robot car! Alexa analyzes your speech and sends data to a server which computes them.  Then data are sent bach to Raspberry Pi Zero which gives commands to a Micro:bit board.  ...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • How to use Arduino Alexa skill

      You can now securely connect Alexa to your Arduino IoT Cloud projects with no additional coding required. You could use Alexa to turn on the lights in the living room, check the temperature in the bedroom, start the...

    • Posted 11 months ago
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  • Mycroft: the world’s first open source assistant

    If you are searching for an open source AI-powered voice assistant, Mycroft got just the thing. The company has developed the world’s first open source voice AI platform and has attracted developers around the globe and millions...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Mugsy, Hackable and Customizable Robotic Coffee Maker

    Matthew Oswald has created Mugsy, an open source Raspberry Pi coffee robot which he unveiled at last years Maker Faire in New York and recently launched via Kickstarter. The robotic coffee machine allows you to control every aspect of...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Omega2 based Oboo Clock: BT speaker and gesture controlled streaming

    Onion’s Oboo Smart Clock BT music streamer is built on its Linux-driven Omega2 COM, and offers 3W speakers, device charging, and WiFi-based info updates. All four available models measure 152 x 62 x 30mm, and offer a...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Have a Good Night Amazon Echo!

    Are you worried  about security and privacy issues of your Amazon Echo? Let see Shawn Hymel’s solution by creating and configuring a kill switch that is activated over IFTTT and a set of instructions to power-off the device. First of...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Hack your Teddy Ruxpin with Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Alexa

    If you had a Teddy Ruxpin in the ’80s and ’90s, you probably remember inserting special tapes and hearing him read stories to you. Whether you loved or hated the little bear, it was hard to forget his weirdly...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Make your own Siri or Cortana with Raspberry Pi 3

    Are you wondering about how can you create your own version of Siri using a Raspberry Pi? Our friend posted on AliceIa.it a great solution to understand the basics about Speech to Text and Text to Speech. First,...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • ReSpeaker – Add Voice Interaction To Anything You Like, 300% funded (so far) on Kickstarter

    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...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Meet Mycroft, the open source AI who wants to rival Siri, Cortana, and Alexa

    “It was inspired by the Star Trek computers, by Jarvis in Iron Man,” Montgomery told ZDNet. He wanted to create the type of artificial intelligence platform that “if you spoke to it when you walked in the...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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