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This guide shows you how to use the MATRIX Creator or MATRIX Voice with ODAS, a library for direction of arrival, tracking, and much more.     What is ODAS? ODAS stands for Open embeddeD Audition System. This is a library dedicated to perform sound source localization, tracking, separation and post-filtering. ODAS is coded entirely in C, for more portability, and is optimized to run easily on low-cost embedded hardware. ODAS is free and open source. Find more at: https://github.com/ ...
Set up your MATRIX device with Snips.ai to have a voice-controlled arc reactor that pulses on command.   Required HardwareBefore getting started, let's review what you'll need. Raspberry Pi 3 (Recommended) or Pi 2 Model B (Supported). MATRIX Voice or MATRIXCreator - Raspberry Pi does not have a built-in microphone, the MATRIX Voice & MATRIXCreator each have an 8 mic array - Buy MATRIX Voice or Buy MATRIX Creator. Micro-USB power adapter for Raspberry Pi. Micro SD Card (Minimum 8 G ...
Learn how to install the Snips.ai offline voice assistant, through the SAM CLI tool, for the MATRIX Creator and MATRIX Voice. Required Hardware Before getting started, let's review what you'll need. Raspberry Pi 3 (Recommended) or Pi 2 Model B (Supported). MATRIX Voice or MATRIX Creator - Raspberry Pi does not have a built-in microphone, the MATRIX Voice & MATRIXCreator each have an 8 mic array - Buy MATRIX Voice or Buy MATRIX Creator. Micro-USB power adapter for Raspberry Pi. Micro SD ...