If you enjoyed building projects using the Raspberry Pi mini PC you might be interested in a new project which has been unveiled this week called Jasper, that allows you to add voice control to your Raspberry Pi.
Jasper is an open source platform for developing always-on, voice-controlled applications and has been created by Princeton students Charles Mash and Shubhro Saha. Watch the video after the jump to hear them explain their new project and how it can be used to transform your Raspberry Pi mini PC.
The files for Jasper are now available over on the GitHub website allowing you to use the open source software for your projects, and full documentation is available from the official Jasper website.
“Jasper is always on, always listening for commands, and you can speak from meters away. Build it yourself with off-the-shelf hardware, and use our documentation to write your own modules. Use your voice to ask for information, update social networks, control your home, and more.”
For more information on the new Jasper software for the Raspberry Pi mini PC jump over to the official Jasper website for details. For more details on Raspberry Pi displays and HATS jump over to our essential guide.
Source: LifehackerFiled Under: Technology News, Top News