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<<<<Previous Blog     Next Blog>>>>   Audio & Visual Cue System for Anosmia (Smell Disorder) and Smart WheelChair - Ft. Amazon's Alexa Week 11: Sep 11 - 14      It is the last week of the 'Design for a Cause' design challenge. After two months of fun, long hours of work, editing, programming, asking Alexa weird questions, the project has finally come to an end. This blog will cover the machine learn ...
<<<<Previous Blog     Next Blog>>>>   Audio & Visual Cue System for Anosmia (Smell Disorder) and Smart WheelChair - Ft. Amazon's Alexa Week 10: Sep 4 - 10      This week progress has been spent on exploring the gas sensors (MQ-2 & MQ-5) and getting things ready to machine learn smell for the 'Cue System for Anosmia' section of my project. There are two units: the main unit (which can be kept in the living room) with A ...
<<<<Previous Blog     Next Blog>>>>   Audio & Visual Cue System for Anosmia (Smell Disorder) and Smart WheelChair - Ft. Amazon's Alexa Week 9: Aug 28 - Sep 3      The Smart Wheelchair has the following three sections: temperature monitoring, fall & collision detection, and home appliance control. These will be covered in a four-part blog series, the last part being the integration part. This blog is about the 'Integra ...
<<<<Previous Blog     Next Blog>>>>   Audio & Visual Cue System for Anosmia (Smell Disorder) and Smart WheelChair - Ft. Amazon's Alexa Week 8: Aug 21 - 27      The Smart Wheelchair has the following three sections: temperature monitoring, fall & collision detection, and home appliance control. These will be covered in a four-part blog series, the last part being the integration part. This blog is about the 'Home Appli ...
<<<<Previous Blog     Next Blog>>>>   Audio & Visual Cue System for Anosmia (Smell Disorder) and Smart WheelChair - Ft. Amazon's Alexa Week 8: Aug 21 - 27      The Smart Wheelchair has the following three sections: temperature monitoring, fall & collision detection, and home appliance control. These will be covered in a four-part blog series, the last part being the integration part. This blog is about the 'Home Appli ...
<<<<Previous Blog     Next Blog>>>>   Audio & Visual Cue System for Anosmia (Smell Disorder) and Smart WheelChair - Ft. Amazon's Alexa Week 7: Aug 14 - 20      This week I planned to complete the entire hardware circuit connections for both 'Cue System for Anosmia' and 'Smart WheelChair' sections of my project and then position everything inside the case built for it. In this blog, you will find an overview and video with ...
<<<<Previous Blog     Next Blog>>>>   Audio & Visual Cue System for Anosmia (Smell Disorder) and Smart WheelChair - Ft. Amazon's Alexa Week 6: Aug 7 - 13      The Smart Wheelchair has the following three sections: temperature monitoring, fall & collision detection, and home appliance control. These will be covered in a four-part blog series, the last part being the integration part. This blog is about the 'Fall and Co ...
<<<<Previous Blog     Next Blog>>>>   Audio & Visual Cue System for Anosmia (Smell Disorder) and Smart WheelChair - Ft. Amazon's Alexa Week 5: July 31 - Aug 6 Table of Contents Amazon Alexa and Echo Dot Role of Alexa in this project Alexa App Blueprints Amazon Web Services (AWS) Machine Learning Amazon Alexa and Echo Dot       Amazon Alexa is a personal assistant like ...
Table of Contents Introduction Video Steps - Blueprints Steps - Alexa App Introduction      This blog explains how to customize your conversation with Amazon Alexa using Blueprints and enable it for your Alexa which can be accessed through your Alexa enabled device. This is a part of the blog - Cue System for Anosmia and Smart WheelChair #5 - Exploring Amazon Alexa.   Video      The video below explains how to create a skill using t ...
Table of Contents Introduction Video Alexa App - Explained How to Set up a new Device How to Change Language Introduction       This blog provides an overview of the Amazon Alexa app, how to connect it with an Alexa enabled device (Echo Dot) and change the device's language. This is a part of the blog -  Cue System for Anosmia and Smart WheelChair #5 - Exploring Amazon Alexa.   Video       The video below gives a ...
<<<<Previous Blog     Next Blog>>>>   Audio & Visual Cue System for Anosmia (Smell Disorder) and Smart WheelChair - Ft. Amazon's Alexa Week 4: July 24 - 30      The Smart Wheelchair has the following three sections: temperature monitoring, fall & collision detection, and home appliance control. These will be covered in a four-part blog series, the last part being the integration part. This blog is about the 'temperature mo ...
     This is a support blog to Cue System for Anosmia and Smart WheelChair #4 - IoT Temperature Monitoring [DIY]  and in this blog, I will explain step by step on how to connect Arduino MKR1000 with thinger.io IoT platform for reading temperature data sensed using TMP 36 temperature sensor.   Steps  Go to the thinger.io login page - https://console.thinger.io/#/login and log in using your credentials. If you do not have an account, sign up here - https://conso ...
<<<<Previous Blog     Next Blog>>>>   Audio & Visual Cue System for Anosmia (Smell Disorder) and Smart WheelChair - Ft. Amazon's Alexa Week 3: July 17 - 23     This week has been primarily spent for planning alongside with some new learning. This blog will cover the plan for my project. Also, this blog will serve the purpose of tracking revisions along with the list of hardware and software used in this project.      ...
<<<<Previous Blog     Next Blog>>>>  Audio & Visual Cue System for Anosmia (Smell Disorder) and Smart WheelChair - Ft. Amazon's Alexa Week 2: July 10 - 16      The second week has been less progressive due to personal works but I managed to schedule some time to allow myself to explore new areas with regards to this design challenge. Also, Amazon's Echo Dot [Bought Online] followed by the Arduino MKR1000 IoT Bundle [Spons ...
<<<<Previous Blog     Next Blog>>>>  Audio & Visual Cue System for Anosmia (Smell Disorder) and Smart WheelChair - Ft. Amazon's Alexa Week 1: July 3 - 9      I am glad to be selected as a sponsored contestant for the 'Design for a Cause' Design Challenge. Thanks to the Element14 Community team and the sponsor Arduino. This blog is to introduce my project's cause and provide an overview of its design.   Cause:This pr ...