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  • Add Trigger Start Sound to Google AIY Voice Kit

    Yes. Change the following two files (depending on which one you use):assistant_grpc_demo.pyassistant_library_demo.py========================================================================In assistant_grpc_demo.py, add "import os" to the top and down below, make it look like this (I only added one line) while True: logging.info('Press button to start conversation...') board.button.wait_for_press() os.system('aplay /home/pi/googlestart.wav') #<-------- Add this line logging.info('Conversation started!') assistant.conversation()========================================================================In assistant_library_demo.py, again add "import os" to the top and make it look like this (I only added...

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    Yes. Change the following two files (depending on which one you use):assistant_grpc_demo.pyassistant_library_demo.py========================================================================In assistant_grpc_demo.py, add "import os" to the top and down below, make it look like this (I only added one line) while True: logging.info('Press button to start conversation...') board.button.wait_for_press() os.system('aplay /home/pi/googlestart.wav') #<-------- Add this line logging.info('Conversation started!') assistant.conversation()========================================================================In assistant_library_demo.py, again add "import os" to the top and make it look like this (I only added one line): elif event.type == EventType.ON_CONVERSATION_TURN_STARTED: led.state = Led.ON # Listening. os.system('aplay /home/pi/googlestart.wav') #<-------- Add this line========================================================================

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  • R-PiAlerts: Build a WiFi Based Security System With Raspberry Pis

    Nice project. Even nicer iOS app instructions. Thank you!One thing that really surprised me is why you chose to use an accelerometer instead of a PIR motion sensor to detect motion. No need for an expensive HAT, just wire it directly to the GPIO pin (preferably with a Pi-Zero)

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  • frakman1 commented on thegrendel's instructable The Raspberry Pi - Lapdock Connection2 years ago
    The Raspberry Pi - Lapdock Connection

    Yes, the Droid Bionic lapdock should work too. I've seen it here on youtube:

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