Things used in this project

Hardware components:
Pi 3 02
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
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USB Microphone
×1
Speaker (Generic)
Should have a 3.5 mm jack, it is best if it can be powered by USB.
×1
USB power source
×1
3" x 3" x 7" box
×1
2" diameter semiphere
I used a white jumbo easter egg top half. As long as it is transparent, red or white it will work.
×1
Kingbright wp7113srd d image
5 mm LED: Red
×1
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Female/Female Jumper Wires
×1
SD card
With NOOBS or Raspbian, if you are doing a first time set up you'll need a keyboard and mouse and monitor as well, if you already have SSH and VNC set up you will not need the keyboard, mouse and monitor are not needed.
×1
Glue or Tape
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Paper
×1
Software apps and online services:
Avs med 3 22
Amazon Alexa Alexa Voice Service
Hand tools and fabrication machines:
Printer
Scissors

Custom parts and enclosures

Templates
Cut out these pieces and attach them to the box. Put the eye piece over the white circle at the center.

Schematics

Raspberry Pi Pinout
Use this to determine what pins to connect the LED to.
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Credits

Big engram isns8txm7l
Elvis Wolcott

Self-taught app developer and hardware developer, currently working on making the Random Rumble Generator and other voice based solutions

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