This project is a combination of several difference resources:
• My single-outlet control project with Raspberry Pi and Python, originally inspired by user wilq44’s Raspberry Pi GPIO home automation
• WiringPi, software written by Gordon Henderson that allows “Arduino style” control of the GPIO pins from the command line in a Linux terminal
• Voice Command, a package written by Steven Hickson that allows voice control of the Raspberry Pi by connecting to a Google speech-to-text service.
The end result is voice-activated control of up to three electrical outlets using the Raspberry Pi.
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