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Raspberry Pi 2XL Robot Assistant Part 1 element14 presents  |  Matt Eargle's VCP Profile |  Project Videos   Following up to my primer on using Snowboy for custom Google Assistant wake words, in this video, I'll walk you through using Snowboy's "Hotword As A Service" to train your own wake words. PARTS/TOOLS: https://www.newark.com/adafruit/4080/google-aiy-voice-kit-for-raspberry/dp/96AC6443?st=google%20aiy%20voice https://www.newark.com/raspberry-pi/rpi3-modbp/sbc-arm ...
Raspberry Pi 2XL Robot Assistant Part 1 element14 presents  |  Matt Eargle's VCP Profile |  Project Videos   The new voice assistants like Siri, Cortana, Alexa, and Google (itself?) are becoming more and more ubiquitous as we race toward a "Star Trek"-style omnipresent computing interface, but what if you don't like invoking the name of your chosen corporate overlord when you use the assistant's features? What if you could speak "Okay, Computer" into an Apple mouse like S ...
Raspberry Pi 2XL Robot Assistant Part 1 element14 presents  |  Matt Eargle's VCP Profile |  Project Videos   The Matrix Creator is an IoT-centric development board that comes with a wide array of goodies that facilitate hardware development such as an FPGA, various accelerometer and environmental sensors, IR transceivers, and even an 8-microphone array that can be used for echolocation as well as omnidirectional listening. It's this microphone array that makes the Matrix ...
Raspberry Pi 2XL Robot Assistant Part 1 element14 presents  |  Matt Eargle's VCP Profile |  Project Videos   AI voice assistants are the latest new hotness to come out of Silicon Valley, but before they were in every electronics department, they were much the exclusive playground of the DIY tinkerer. With kits like Google's AIY line, hackers and makers can build their own voice assistants with little more than the good ol' Raspberry Pi! In this video, I'll walk you throug ...
Raspberry Pi 2XL Robot Assistant Part 1 element14 presents  |  Matt Eargle's VCP Profile |  Project Videos   The Mego 2XL Robot is an interesting piece from the very beginning of interactive electronic toys. The 1970s 2XL incorporated little more than a modified 8-track player to provide hours of entertainment on specially-formatted cassette tapes. In this Mego 2XL teardown, we'll look at how the toy was built, the basic working mechanism, and attempt to diagnose a 2XL no ...
Hello, element14 presents. I'm sending a request to you guys if you guys can like I bet Matthew would be interested or anybody else on the channel to make a replica of the Datapoint 2200 terminal. The Datapoint 2200 was a computer made by Computer Terminal Corporation in 1970, referred to as the "world's first microcomputer", more info is on Wikipedia. I would really appreciate it, I've always wanted to know. ...
Hi everyone! Anne the engineer here looking to make some cool maker content. ...
TI CC3200 LaunchPad Hardware: The SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 LaunchPad is an evaluation development platform for the CC3200 wireless microcontroller (MCU) with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity. The board features on-board emulation using FTDI and includes sensors for a full out-of-the-box experience. This board can be directly connected to a PC for use with development tools such as Energia, Code Composer Studio™ Cloud integrated development environment (IDE) and IAR Embedded Workbench. This Launc ...
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ritvi

Badass Women techmakers

Posted by ritvi Mar 31, 2020
Creative is something I always strive for. Here is my video for the women tech makers contest. I will attach later some pictures of my other electronics and art ventures!   ...
Hi, I conduct robotics classes for children. In the process, I build a lot of innovative gadgets and then get the kids to understand how they work and thereafter innovate further.   Here are some of the things I have built App controlled car: https://youtu.be/dKxgkzBwPAE ...
Hello! I'm Caitlin Fotheringham, a final year Electronics & Electrical Engineering undergraduate from Scotland.   I hope you enjoy my audition tape - I had great fun making both it and the projects it features.       Thank you!   All the best,   Caitlin ...
Hello, My name is Victoria. I am a stay at home mom interested in electronics (mostly to be able to help my child with his electronic projects). This contest sounds like fun! ...
Hi! I'm Maria, a student of the Master Degree in Autonomous Systems at the University of Trento. I've started dealing with electronics during my third year of Bachelor Degree, and I'm trying to get better project after project, weather they are for exams or just for fun     ...
Hi everyone,     As mentioned in the video, my name is Sylvie and I would love to participate in this contest. I have worked in multiple projects throughout my university undergraduate degree and I am super excited to work on more projects in the future. I hope you all enjoyed the video     Sylvie   ...