This Assembly Guide shows you how to assemble the AIY Projects voice kit. The kit is composed of simple cardboard form, a Raspberry Pi board, Voice HAT (an accessory board for voice recognition) and a few common components.
By the end of this guide, your voice project will be assembled with the Raspberry Pi board and other components connected and running. Then you'll move on the User’s Guide to bring it to life!
This is a hackable project, so we encourage you to make this project your own! We’ve included a whole section on replacing the Google Assistant SDK with the Cloud Speech API to give you even more options. The Maker’s Guide gives you some creative extensions, settings, and even a different voice API to use.
We hope this project has sparked some new ideas for you. For more information, please click Aiyprojects.
|Voice HAT accessory board||1|
|Voice HAT microphone board||1|
|3” speaker (wires attached)||1|
|Arcade-style push button||1|
|4-wire button cable||1|
|5-wire daughter board cable||1|
|External cardboard box||1|
|Internal cardboard frame||1|
Recommended items that are NOT included:
- Stock: In Stock
- Model: GOOGLEAIY V1
- Weight: 476.00kg
- Dimensions: 31.00cm x 22.00cm x 13.00cm
- SKU: Voice Kit
- Google AIY Voice Kit for Raspberry Pi is an excellent - no soldering required - kit that allows you to built your very own Google AIY Voice Bot!
- This Kit includes The Voice HAT, the microphone board, plastic standoffs, 3" speaker with wires attached, the cardboard internal and external frame, arcade pushbutton and pre-terminated cables.
- Please Note: This version of the kit does not include the Raspberry Pi 3, Power Supply, or microSD card.
- Google AIY SDK guides. Voice Kit SD image. Assembly Guide.
- Voice Kit SD image. Maker's Guide. User's Guide.