• Cheeseborg, Your Personal Voice-Controlled Chef!

    Taylor Tabb, Mitchell Riek, and Evan Hill have created the perfect device to create the best grilled cheese it possibly can! “Our goal was to make an easy snack even easier. The design combines 7 individual subsystems...

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  • Twinky: DIY Your Personal Arduino Assitant

    Adrian Lindermann has just created his small yellow companion  taking inspiration from Jibo. Twinky can respond to voice commands via a SpeakUp click module, along with pressure on its face/touchscreen. Control is provided by an Arduino Mega, and Twinky can...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • DIY a Voice Controlled L3-37 Star Wars Droid

    One of the best parts of Solo: A Star Wars Story is the L3-37 droid, who’s been uniquely pieced together and upgraded from parts of other droids. The maker Patrick Stefanski has essentially done the same thing to turn Amazon’s Alexa...

    • Posted 10 months ago
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  • DIY an Alexa Enabled Death Star Lamp

    Maker Adi Singh recently wrote an Instructable to build an expanding Death Star Lamp starting from a popoular Ikea lamp. This amazing creation is also controlled with your voice. This is possible thanks to an Arduino MKR1000...

    • Posted 12 months ago
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  • WalaBeer Tank: Your Beer Always With You!

    Created by maker Balázs Simon, the WalaBeer tank is a homemade Alexa-connected vehicle that treks around your apartment with the express goal of delivering you a beer. There are things that deep inside every man wants to...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • Voice-Controlled Magnification Glasses

    Using a Raspberry Pi Zero the maker and developer Mauro Pichiliani has created a very unique pair of magnification glasses that can be controlled using your voice. The voice-controlled magnification glasses have been designed to flip up...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • How to Get Help From Your Desktop Lamp

    Nikodem Bartnik had a small problem. When soldering, he had to move his light around in order to properly see what he was working on. In order to avoid this constant interruption, he built a 3D-printed lamp capable of...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • DIY an helpful home assistant using Amazon Echo and Raspberry Pi

    The maker Jamie McKane decided to build his personal home assistant using Amazon Alexa Voice Service and a Raspberry Pi 3. Alexa is an always-on virtual assistant that allows you to access services and applications using voice commands preceded...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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