A Beginner’s Guide to DIYing with the ReSpeaker
Today I would like to share a collection of reviews and projects using ReSpeaker and I will try Respeaker core on my own! Hopefully this post can help you get started as quickly as possible. To get started, all you’ll need are:
(1) A Respeaker core
(2) USB Cable
(3) Computer (of course)
Ready to get started?
(1) Home assistant Prototype
One of the user “Anton Velarde” have shared her project, combining ReSpeaker core and orange pi to control adapter and switch.
（2）Alexa on ReSpeaker, playing around with Alexa on my ReSpeaker
Simply test Alexa on ReSpeaker
（3） ReSpeaker gets sung Happy Birthday
Assembled Re-Speaker Core & Far-field Mic Array, plus an external speaker and some configuration, ask ReSpeaker to play a birthday song.
（4）Speech Recognition – Smart Microphone – NVIDIA Jetson
（5） Respeaker.io keyword recognition
（1）DIY a 3D Print Talking R2D2 Robot
（2）How to DIY a Gatling Gun-Style Voice-Controlled Wi-Fi Speaker
（3）DIY Your ReSpeaker Adapter
（4）How to DIY an in House Weather-telling Cloud
（5）ReSpeaker Home Automation
I have a ReSpeaker core but I have no clue about how to do with it. After reading all the materials, I decided to use ReSpeaker to play music for the first try. I also check the wiki page and follow the steps on it.
Firstly, connect respeaker to the wifi, I have connect ReSpeaker and my computer, it has created a Wi-Fi network called “ReSpeaker”. Connect my phone to this network. After a few seconds, a page appeared asking for ssid and password of an existing Wi-Fi network.
After selecting the Wi-Fi at my place and enter the password, when I press the
OK button, ReSpeaker has joint the specified network.
Secondly, I have downloaded Putty (as I am using Windows system, putty is recommended) and got a key on Alexa to use Bing Speech API.
Thirdly, then save the following code in
playmusic.py (copy the sample code from github) and run it.
The last thing I need to do is speaking to the board! Done!
I highly recommend every ReSpeaker users to read our wiki page when getting started. If you want to include your work in the list, feel free to comment below or contact Molly at [email protected], I would love to hear from you!