Amazon Alexa (Echo)

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  • 22. December 2016 at 22:07 #25182

    Hi,

    having an plugin for the Amazon Alexa client would be a really nice addition: https://github.com/alexa/alexa-avs-sample-app

    Cheers,
    Andreas

    17. January 2017 at 13:14 #26002

    Dear Andreas,

    thanks for your input. We will take a look onto this idea, but actually it is not easy to get your hands on one of this devices from amazon.

    Best Regards.

    1. February 2017 at 18:23 #26545

    Hi Christoph,

    thanks for your reply. Actually you don’t need an device, you can officially install it on a raspberry pi:

    This project provides a step-by-step walkthrough to help you build a hands-free Alexa Voice Service (AVS) prototype in 60 minutes, using wake word engines from Sensory or KITT.AI. Now, in addition to pushing a button to “start listening”, you can now also just say the wake word “Alexa”, much like the Amazon Echo. You can find step-by-step instructions to set up the hands-free prototype on Raspberry Pi, or follow the instructions to set up the push-to-talk only prototype on Linux, Mac, or Windows.

    NEW! – Click here for instructions to build the AVS Prototype using a Raspberry Pi and the Conexant 2-Mic Development Kit for Amazon AVS

    https://github.com/alexa/alexa-avs-sample-app

    • This reply was modified 8 months, 2 weeks ago by  volderette.
    5. February 2017 at 12:24 #26679

    Alexa integration would be very cool – I am still waiting to get my hardware – but yes – the API is ready and can be used already,….

    15. February 2017 at 15:46 #26942

    Alexa integration would really nice.

    15. February 2017 at 18:09 #26946

    @volderette

    299 USD? Not really nice

    20. February 2017 at 16:43 #27050

    @std Nein, komplett kostenlos mit einem Raspberry Pi und dem verlinkten Github-Script. Offziell von Amazon erlaubt und unterstützt.

    20. February 2017 at 20:48 #27062

    aber man brauht doch dieses “Conexant2Mic Kit”?

    24. February 2017 at 9:19 #27187

    Das ist nur eine neue Option, aber grundsätzlich reicht eine der folgenden Anforderungen aus:

    Raspberry Pi, or
    Linux, or
    Mac, or
    Windows
    New! Raspberry Pi + Conexant 2-Mic Development Kit for Amazon AVS

    Weiß auch nicht genau, was dieser Kit besser kann, aber Raspberry + Mikrofon reichen vollkommen aus.

    Cheers,

    Andreas

    2. March 2017 at 20:40 #27416

    Yes this is the natural next steps for Max2play it would be excellent to have this facility

    21. March 2017 at 13:18 #27822

    Ich wäre für ein Plugin HA-Bridge, damit simuliert der Raspberry eine Hardware von Philips HUE Lampen.
    Damit ist es möglich jeden Befehl anzulernen und über Alexa zu steuern.
    Die Befehle sind normale HTTP Request, die man für EIN, AUS, und Dimmen verwenden kann.
    Auch eine Anbindung an Linux Set-Top Boxen (Enigma2 bzw. Neutrino) ist damit möglich,

    “Alexa schalte Sat1 an” und die Set-Top Box schalten auf Sat 1 um.

    ich persönlich würde damit gern mein LigntManger von JBMedia, Enigma2 und meine Harmony einbinden.

    Hier mal ein Link zu GitHub

    https://github.com/bwssytems/ha-bridge

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