With modern voice assistants, we can tell the computer to play our favorite music, check the weather, or turn on the lights. Like many of us, [nerdaxic] Give in to the convenience and simplicity of the various home automation products made by Google and Amazon. Like many of us, he found it difficult to accept the privacy implications surrounding such cloud-connected devices. But after selling his Home and Echo, [nerdaxic] Missed the ability to control his smart home through voice commands. Instead of succumbing and repurchasing the closed ecosystem he left behind, [nerdaxic] Decided to open his home to a ferocious, passive, aggressive, ironic, and somewhat crazy artificial intelligence: GLaDOS, You can see its operation after the break.
Use open source design YouTube creators [Mr. Volt], [nerdaxic] 3D printed as many GLaDOS animatronic models as possible, and implemented many of the same hardware to make it work. [nerdaxic] Use more open source software and create a family artificial intelligence with limited but limited functions, which can manage his home automation, provide weather, tell jokes, etc. While listening to the inspiration of the original Portal game, GLaDOS also provides some great one-line games [nerdaxic]The order, either.
ReSpeaker from Seeed Studio cleans up the audio sent to the Raspberry Pi 4 and allows future expansion, which will allow GLaDOS to look in the direction of the person talking to it. With its infrared-capable camera, another enhancement will enable GlaDOS to stare at people as they move around. It’s not scary at all, is it? [nerdaxic] It also plans to introduce speech-to-text processing internally instead of the Google Cloud Speech-To-Text API used in the current iteration. Provide everything on GitHub In this way, every word of yours can also have an evil artificial intelligence.
Of course, if GLaDOS is imminent is not enough, you can always build a functional life-size Portal turret or listen to the radio on your own Portal Radio.