Using a Raspberry Pi, an Arduino, an Adafruit NeoPixel Ring and a servomotor, Japanese makers HomeMadeGarbage produced this Pronunciation Training Machine to help their parents distinguish ‘L’s and ‘R’s when speaking English. L R 発音矯正ギブス お母ちゃん編 Pronunciation training machine #right #light #raspberrypi #arduino #neopixel 23 Likes, 1 Comments – Home Made Garbage (@homemadegarbage) on Instagram: “L R 発音矯正ギブス お母ちゃん編 Pronunciation training machine #right #light #raspberrypi #arduino #neopixel” How does an Pronunciation Training Machine work? As you can see in the video above, the machine utilises the Google Cloud Speech API to recognise their parents’ pronunciation of the words ‘right’ and ‘light’.
Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi DIY Subscriber Robot (video) Geeky Gadgets Check out the video below to learn more about the Subscriber Robot and what exactly has triggered when you press that red YouTube subscription button. Software developer and student Michael Reeves started his YouTube account a mere four months ago, …
PiCorder: Raspberry Pi Stands in for Stone Knives and Bearskins Hackaday Then Spock could have done like [Directive0] and used a Raspberry Pi instead. You can see the result in the video below.
At the beginning of his new build’s video, YouTuber Michael Reeves discusses a revelation he had about why some people don’t subscribe to his channel: The real reason some people don’t subscribe is that when you hit this button, that’s all, that’s it, it’s done. It’s not special, it’s not enjoyable. So how do we make subscribing a fun, enjoyable process?
Dan Aldred, Raspberry Pi Certified Educator and creator of the website TeCoEd , has built Darth Beats by managing to fit a Pi Zero W and a Pimoroni Speaker pHAT into a LEGO Darth Vader alarm clock! The Pi force is strong with this one. Darth Beats MP3 Player Pimoroni Speaker pHAT and Raspberry Pi Zero W embedded into a Lego Darth Vader Alarm clock to create – “Darth Beats MP3 Player”. Video demonstrating all the features and functions of the project
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At the Raspberry Pi Foundation, we love a good music project . So of course we’re excited to welcome Andy Grove ‘s ultrasonic piano to the collection! It is a thing of beauty… and noise. Don’t let the name fool you – this build can do so much more than sound like a piano
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Geeky Gadgets Portable Raspberry Pi Zero Video Recorder Complete With Viewing Screen (video) Geeky Gadgets If you are looking for an affordable way to create your very own customisable video camera you may be interested in a new Raspberry Pi project which has been published to the Hackster website by member Wayne Keenan. The super slim CamCorder has …
Alvaro Viebrantz ‘s Android Things Candy Dispenser combines image recognition and sugar highs in one delicious Raspberry Pi project. Android Things A.I.