Jason J. Gullickson
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An off-grid voice assistant.
Currently a work-in-progress (aren't they all?), based on the Mycroft open voice assistant and currently crammed into a cute, old-fashione speakerphone.
As is, it is much more privacy-oriented than things like Amazon Alexa and Google...whatever they call it, but it still relies on "the cloud" for a few things. The goal of this project is to address that to allow for completely offline use.
There are a number of projects that have laid the groundwork for this, and Mycroft themselves are working on it too, but so far I haven't found a complete "turnkey" package to do it, so I'm giving it a shot.
Setup basic functional Mycroft installation Cram this into a cool case Do a better job of cramming and connect as many of the physical controls as is reasonable Produce some basic documentation of what's been done so far
- Start reducing dependence on "the cloud"
Detailed (if poorly-written) progress information can be found in the journal.
- Raspberry Pi 3 Model A
- Adafruit MAX98357 I2S Class-D Mono Amp
- Generic USB microphone
- Yellow LED
- SPST switch