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This guide provides step-by-step instructions for controlling your MATRIX Creator with a discord bot. By the end, you’ll be able to control the Creator’s LEDs, microphones, and ability to run any command you create.   Required Hardware Before you get started, let's review what you'll need. Raspberry Pi 3 (Recommended) or Pi 2 Model B (Supported) - Buy on Element14 - Pi 3 or Pi 2. MATRIX Creator - The Raspberry Pi does not have a built-in microphone, the MATRIX Creator has an 8 ...
  This guide provides step-by-step instructions for connecting a unity client to your MATRIX Creator. This connection will be used to demonstrate how unity can read data from every sensor the MATRIX Creator has.   Required Hardware Before you get started, let's review what you'll need. Raspberry Pi 3 (Recommended) or Pi 2 Model B (Supported) - Buy on Element14 - Pi 3 or Pi 2. MATRIX Creator - The Raspberry Pi does not have a built-in microphone, the MATRIX Creator has an 8 mic array ...
This guide provides step-by-step instructions for wiring a robot arm to your MATRIX Creator and then having that arm hit a gong whenever a Stripe sale or Slack command is received. It demonstrates how to use the GPIO pins of the MATRIX Creator to control a servo and how to receive a Slack or Stripe response to trigger the arm.     Required Hardware Before you get started, let's review what you'll need. Raspberry Pi 3 (Recommended) or Pi 2 Model B (Supported) - Buy on Element14 - Pi ...
In celebration of Eclipse Day we have made this app to tell you what the weather is outside so you know if you will be able to see the eclipse or not with your current local weather conditions. This guide provides step-by-step instructions for locating your general location to give you information about the weather via a series of LED animations on a Raspberry Pi with a MATRIX Creator. It demonstrates how to use the IP-API.com to find your location and then feed it to the Dark Sky API to get the ...
This guide provides step-by-step instructions for setting up AVS on a Raspberry Pi with a MATRIX Creator. It demonstrates how to access and test AVS using our Java sample app (running on a Raspberry Pi), a Node.js server, and a third-party wake word engine using MATRIX mic array. You will use the Node.js server to obtain a Login with Amazon (LWA) authorization code by visiting a website using your Raspberry Pi's web browser. Required hardware Before you get started, let's review what you'll need ...

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