AIY Projects and the Raspberry Pi Powered Rotary Phone

From Alasdair Allan on vimeo:

A retro build using the Google AIY Projects Voice Kit and a Raspberry Pi 3. This version has a dial tone, hang up sound, and helpful “operator” prompting the user to ask a question. Code at gist.github.com/aallan/b6d60d457decff8ce24fd3d7f48efbf6

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1 Comment

  1. A full write up of this project can be found at https://medium.com/@aallan/a-retro-rotary-phone-powered-by-aiy-projects-and-the-raspberry-pi-e516b3ff1528.

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