Charlotte IoT Hackathon Hackster.io live "Lend Me Your Ears" Web Bluetooth Voice Recognition



We had an awesome hackathon last month to build speech enabled IoT to help enable paraplegic people! We are continuing our learning on the theme of voice control systems and this project demonstrates a voice controlled prototype home automation system using the Arduino/Genuino101 and the Web Bluetooth API.

We will build the project made by GregV of hackster.io:

https://www.hackster.io/gov/lend-me-your-ears-web-bluetooth-and-voice-recognition-5f2f1b?mc_cid=4e01d8d8d9&mc_eid=6fb6411cdf

This project will show you how to control relays with an Arduino/Genuino101 using its’ on-board Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) capability through the Web Bluetooth API. It will also show how to add voice control with the “annyang” voice recognition library with no special hardware required! Along the way we’ll also get acquainted with the Physical Web.

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