Many are the people interested in getting a virtual assistant for their home thanks to the success, especially of projects like Amazon's. On the other hand, the truth is that its use is somewhat limited, especially if we do not have a fully connected home, hence perhaps the best thing to do is test its operation before making the purchase of one of these products.
To make life easier for all users, there are many projects mounted on a Raspberry Pi that can serve you, the truth is that the community is full of them although, if you want something even easier, The Pi Hut It has a very interesting and above all complete kit to assemble your own Google Assistant with the Raspberry Pi as the nerve center of the entire project.
The Pi Hut offers you a kit to build your own voice assistant for just £ 25
This kit, as you can see in the images, consists of very simple and inexpensive materials such as a folding cardboard box, a button to activate the voice assistant, a speaker, an audio card to reproduce sound and connect the microphone to the Raspberry Pi, cables, a light bulb, a microswitch and, above all, the instruction book so that you are able to assemble the project without complicating your life in the least.
Unfortunately, one of the negative points, perhaps to offer a much cheaper product to the consumer, is that both the Raspberry Pi and the power supply are not included in the kit, so we either get one or use the one. let us have at home. If you are interested in the kit, tell you that the company has it for sale for the modest price of 25 pounds.
Further information: The Pi Hut