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MagicMirror – Voice Control

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Ich habe gerade spontan angefangen mithilfe von annyang eine rudimentäre Sprachsteuerung in meinen Spiegel einzubauen. Da annyang die Google APIs benutzt und ich nicht wirklich möchte, dass ständig Audio an Google weitergeleitet wird, werde ich die Spracherkennung nur dann aktivieren, wenn meine Gesichtserkennung ein Gesicht vor dem Spiegel erkannt hat, steht niemand davor, wird sie ja so oder so nicht benötigt. Bisher kann das Ganze nur die Uhrzeit ansagen und Witze erzählen, ich werde aber natürlich noch ein bisschen nützlichere Befehle einbauen.

Der Code ist hier zu finden: MMM-Voice-Control

Kategorien: DIY Projekte, Spiegel

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7 Kommentare

  1. Great news, thanks for the update 🙂
    I was wondering if you can share a bit more information about the (state of) the face recognition extension. Do you plan any updates on that? Thanks & keep hacking 🙂

    • Hi Sebastian,
      I am waiting until the module API has been worked out so that I can easily make it available, see github for progress. I would love to work on that myself but I am a Python guy and not experienced enough in JavaScript for that 🙁

      • OK, I see. Thanks for the quick reply! Maybe I can help a bit. Still trying to decide which existing project I’ll use for my mirror. I was looking at Evan Cohen’s „smartmirror“ recently, which seems like a good approach (with a really active user base) as well. IIRC you also had an eye on that, at least you posted in one of the feature requests, right?

        • Yeah but I haven’t really used it yet. I don’t really want to leave the project I started my mirror yet :/

          • Sure, leaving that will be tough 🙂 I really like the electron-based approach really much (and I’m not that experienced with PHP), so I’ll probably pick Evans project. The good thing is, both have big parts of the logic in JS and thus people should be able to transfer specific parts from one project to the other quite easily. This one seems interesting aswell (especially the hardware part makes me curios…), but it´s Android based… https://github.com/maxbbraun/mirror
            Exiting times ahead 🙂

          • Yeah electron is interesting but there already were some discussions about removing all the PHP code on Michael’s version as well, maybe it could be moved to electron as well after that. I am especially looking forward to the module system though I sadly can’t help because my JavaScript experience is not really well enough for that however I can’t wait to port my code over to that system! 🙂

          • Michaels mirror now also uses electron 🙂 see my current post!

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