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DIY Raspberry Pi Voice-activated Smart Mirror: Who’s the Makest of Them All?

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Videos about the future of consumer tech often feature interactive mirrors, windows and other glass surfaces. But you don’t have to wait for the future. With a bit of elbow grease and help from your fellow makers you can have your own high tech mirror today.

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This particular mirror we’re checking out is a work in progress by Evan Cohen, but it’s mostly based on the work of Michael Teeuw and Hannah Mitt. What Evan did is build on their work by adding a few more functions such as controlling his Philips Hue lights, and most importantly adding voice control using TalAter’s JavaScript speech recognition library.

Head to Evan’s GitHub page, Michael’s blog or Hannah’s GitHub page for more on their work.

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