Paper Signals is an open source project that lets you make little voice-controlled objects that track simple things, like the weather.
You can build any of the example Paper Signals Google has on
g.co/ papersignals. Or, grab the code on GitHub and create something of your own.
To make one, you’ll need the parts in this bundle, along with a few other items you might have at home like scotch tape or glue, a printer and some paper.
Included in this bundle:
To learn how to build a Paper Signal visit:
This project was built by
Isaac Blankensmith and Smooth Technology with friends at Google Creative Lab using Dialogflow, Actions on Google, Firebase and hardware components.
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