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Hello Cashee,I did some research and this would definitely be possible with the google home. You can create a skill for your google home at this link: https://api.ai/google-assistantThere are many ways to go about changing the LED strip after that. You could have your google home skill post to a AWS API endpoint that interacts with a AWS lambda function, which you would create both the API and Lambda Function in AWS. Your lambda function then could directly post to the web server on your pi like how I did from the inscrutables above. Or your lambda function could change the state of the LED strip in AWS IoT, and your pi could listen to the state changes in AWS IoT and change the gpio pins accordingly. I know that was a lot, let me know if you have any questions.
Awesome! I'm glad it worked for you. Let me know if you have any other questions
One more thing, make sure to replace your pi's ip with mine again, (I'm using a different IP on my raspberry pi now - 10.0.0.43). Also I don't think you need the "verify=false" part after.
Okay I think I fixed it a while ago but never uploaded it to GitHub. It's up there now, let me know if it works for you!
I'm not sure, if you are able to program your own skills on a Google Home similar to the Amazon Echo I would say so. I'll will do some research on it, please let me know if you find anything on it!
Hello,Yes you are correct, the indentation got messed up somewhere when I uploaded it to GitHub. I'll try to re-upload it soon.
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