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TechNoiser Alexa Skill Is to educate people about how their latest technology get evolved and also some interesting Tech Facts while asked.
I've built a cool mirror that talks back and displays current time, temperature, weather, compliments, news headlines, & upcoming holidays.
Alexa based quiz game about world's largest and smallest facts.
enables multiple playing on Devices like Amazon ECHO, with extendable games( like trivia) stored in database and keeps scores for players
Alexa can secure and control your home using Z-Wave devices and Raspberry Pi.
Skill to tell you mind-blowing movie facts.
Fun facts about dogs.
A neat little skill to help kids with beginning addition.
An Amazon Alexa skill that allows you to analyze a potential post and notifies the tone being conveyed.
This trivia game tests your knowledge of the human digestive system.
A talking mirror that uses Wunderlist app, displays other useful information, and allows you to make online orders via Amazon Prime.
Alexa will quiz you on the muscles in the human body!
Still On is a tool to Find Accurate Store Hours and Business Information in your area. This skill works for most of the countries.
To celebrate Star Trek's 50th Anniversary, I created a way to to talk to a computer just like the characters on the TV show can.
Control your fish tank from anywhere in the world with voice control.
This Alexa voice-enabled smart mirror provides weather, traffic, & news. It also provides reminders, sends SMS messages and takes selfies.
I created a fact skill around facts, firsts, etc on African American history topics.
Alexa can help you practice listening and speaking American English. Fun, anytime, anywhere Alexa is available.
An Amazon Alexa and Raspberry Pi project that allows a user to know who exactly is knocking at their door using facial recognition.
Vox Bot provides description of item, after user browsing with next/previous range in nodes tree. He can also access by type, tag or name
Run Asterisk PBX on a Raspberry Pi Zero or better, interfaced to Amazon Alexa™ Voice Service API. No Amazon Echo required.
Alexa + Raspberry Pi + 7 panel display = Time Machine.
I picked up an old intercom from an antique mall in Austin for about $20 and turned it into a unique Amazon Echo.
Control your home appliances by using your voice.