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J.A.R.V.I.S. is a personal home automation assistant for controlling electrical home appliances integrated with an augmented reality app.
"Rex, the Robot" will try finding how to scape from a "labyrinth" on the shortest and fastest way.
A DIY Google Home using your Raspberry Pi.
Make a voice-activated Internet streaming radio with your Raspberry Pi and Google AIY. Can also be used to play MP3s or other audio files.
Victor Van Hee
Bring both Google Assistant and Alexa to your Raspberry Pi.
Work in progress
I programmed a NEAT library on C++ and used the QT Creator IDE.
The UI receives a camera Image and sends the teams motor comands.
Artur Ferreira Moreira
Connect your Raspberry Pi to Amazon's Alexa servers to make your own AI companion!
A sassy virtual assistant, with Wolfram API access and real-world control
Detect human face details with the help of an Arduino. Store detection results in into cloud data storage.
Fully automated 6'x4' whiteboard. Give it any image and it renders the edges and sketches them in huge, precise, monochromatic glory.
Team ...Wait for it...
Applications of Future draw their intelligence from a wide variety of source (Web 3.0 connected databases).
I am using Hasbro's 1998 Furby, a Raspberry Pi Zero W, Pimoroni Explorer pHAT, and the Mycroft AI to make a fun robo assistant.
A self-driven robot car that can detect and automatically avoid obstacles that it hits or gets in its way.
Darwin Dela Cruz
Have you ever imagined a house able to interact with its residents encouraging them to improve their habits, increase quality of life?
An autonomous dog pet. Play and have fun with out having to deal with a messy animal.
Create an autonomous, AI-driven robot using audio API and an on-board, artificial neural network.
IoT security/environment monitoring device with NFC & fingerprint authentication devices and a Weak Artificial Intelligence Assistant.
Discover seven emotions in an image or video with Azure Cognitive Services.
Can't remember faces? Try this app!
Classify images with the DeepBeliefSDK using Erle-Brain 2.
Team Erle Robotics
This project runs the Latent Dirichlet Allocation machine learning algorithm in the Raspberry Pi 2 and flashes the LED when finishes.