The latest official Raspberry Pi magazine is this month bundled with a fantastic free hardware kit in the form of the Google AIY Projects which enables you to add voice interaction to your Raspberry Pi projects.
To be able to use the AIY Projects kit you will need a Raspberry Pi 3 and within The MagPi issue 57 magazine you’ll find a Google Voice Hardware Attached on Top (HAT) accessory board, a stereo microphone Voice HAT board, a large arcade button, and a selection of wires.
Check out the video below to learn more about the AIY Projects kit which is free with this month’s issue. The Raspberry Pi Foundation explains a little more about the latest issue of the MagPi.
We’ve got a full breakdown of how to set it all up and get it working inside the magazine. The folks at Google, along with us at The MagPi, are really excited to see what projects you can create (or enhance) with this kit, whether you’re creating a voice-controlled robot or a voice interface that answers all your questions. Some Raspberry Pi owners have been building AIY Projects in secret at Hackster, and we have their best voice interaction ideas in the magazine.
On top of this incredible bundle we also have our usual selection of excellent tutorials – such as an introduction to programming with Minecraft Pi, and hacking an Amazon Dash button – along with reviews, project showcases, and our guide to building the ultimate makers’ toolbox.