Speaker for the Raspberry Pi
The Speaker for the Raspberry Pi robot gives your Raspberry Pi robot a voice and sound. This speaker connects to the aux jack on the Raspberry Pi, and can be used to play music, voice, and alerts. The Raspberry Pi Speaker has a rich and loud sound. It has its own power supply that can be charged with the USB port. The volume can be controlled with a button on the speaker, or from the Raspberry Pi.
What’s not included?
What else do I need to know?
- Works with all versions of the Raspberry Pi (that have an audio jack, so not the Pi Zero)
- Software examples and API are provided by Dexter Industries (open-source repository on Github)
Projects to try with the Speaker:
BrickPi Bookreader: Build a Raspberry Pi Robot that reads paper books.
BrickPi Candy Sorter: Build a machine to sort your Halloween candy, using the Raspberry Pi, the BrickPi, some LEGOs, and Google Cloud Vision.
Candy Counting Robot: Turn a robot costume into a candy-counting robot that talks!
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