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Amazon Alexa->’OK Google’->Siri Talk Chain Powered by #RaspberryPi

The video below by Leon Nicholls shows what is possible with Amit Jotwani’s Alexa Voice Service project powered by a Raspberry Pi. The trick was to see if any one service’s voice-activated command could prompt another service, thus getting them to talk to each other.

This project demonstrates how to access and test the Alexa Voice Service using a Java client (running on a Raspberry Pi), and a Node.js server. You will be using the Node.js server to get a Login with Amazon authorization code by visiting a website using your computer’s (Raspberry Pi in this case) web browser.

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