Voice controlled home automation uses Raspberry Pi and LightwaveRF

2013年8月12日 | By News | Filed in: News.

http://hackaday.com/2013/08/11/voice-controlled-home-automation-uses-raspberry-pi-and-lightwaverf/

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It’s not quite artificial intelligence, but saying “Jeeves, lights!” will switch on the bulbs in the room. [Chipos81] built the voice-activated home automation around a Rapsberry Pi board with LightwaveRF devices switching lights and outlets.

The LightwaveRF system offers a WiFi link which provides Internet connectivity for all of those devices in your house. This makes it a snap for [Chipos81] to control them from the RPi. To provide speech recognition he’s using CMU Sphinx. It’s an open source speech recognition library developed by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and released under a BSD license. It seems to do … Read the rest


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