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IoT Smart Alarm Clock @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

Great project tutorial from Instructables user fgebhart.

Thanks, Fabian, for writing in and sharing!

smart_alarm is an open-source project about building and programming a Internet of Things alarm clock. This instructable provides all information you need to build the smart alarm clock on your own. Even though we wanted to leave a lot of space for your ideas and improvements, the smart alarm clock is designed to have the following “starting features”.

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1 Comment

  1. Awesome combination of 3D printing, soldering, AdaFruit products (of course) and an internet-connected Raspberry Pi. A fun next step might be to attach a microphone and do something with Alexa. "Alexa, tell AlarmBot to turn off!"

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