Introduction: hi, welcome to this course I’m Ashraf and this course is all about controlling Arduino with Google Assistant.This course covers how to control an Arduino microcontroller using Google Assistant. You’ll learn how to set up and configure the Google Assistant SDK on your development machine, and how to use the SDK to interact with the Arduino through voice commands. You’ll also learn how to use the IFTTT web service to extend the functionality of the Google Assistant, and how to integrate it with other popular web services.
The Control Arduino with Google Assistant course is designed to teach students how to control an Arduino using Google Assistant. The course begins with an introduction to Google Assistant and then covers how to set up and configure Arduino. Students will learn how to use Google Assistant to control various aspects of the Arduino, including turning on and off lights and controlling motors. The course culminates with a project in which students will create a voice-controlled robot using Google Assistant and Arduino.
This course will allow you to control your Arduino using Google Assistant. You will learn how to set up the hardware and software needed to get started, as well as how to use the various commands that are available. By the end of this course, you will be able to control your Arduino with ease, allowing you to focus on other projects.
About this course: In this course, we’ll learn how to link Arduino boards to an internet service. Following this article, you will learn: know how to use Google Assistant to retrieve info understand the IFTTT protocol be knowledgeable about HTTP requests and webhooks able to communicate with your Arduino Google Assistant & IFTTT Applets: The Google Assistant is a virtual assistant powered by artificial intelligence that was created by Google and is largely accessible on mobile and smart home devices. Unlike Google Now, the company’s prior virtual helper, Google Assistant supports two-way communication. It can understand your orders quickly and accurately and recognizes your speech more accurately than any other device.
Although keyboard input is also allowed, users communicate with Google Assistant mostly through natural voice. The Assistant functions similarly to Google Now in that it can conduct web searches, set reminders, and alarms, change hardware preferences on the user’s device, and display data from the user’s Google account. Additionally, according to Google, the Assistant will allow sending money, making purchases, and identifying tunes in addition to being able to recognize items and identify them using the camera on the device.
IFTTT, often known as If This Then That, is a free web-based tool for building applets, or chains of straightforward conditional statements. Changes made in other web services like Gmail, Facebook, Telegram, Instagram, or Pinterest can start an applet. why should you take this course? Learn how to control Arduino with Google Assistant Control your Arduino from your phone or Google Home.Build your own voice-controlled Arduino projects! Learn the basics of Google Assistant and Arduino.Learn how to build an Arduino project that responds to your voice commands.so what are you waiting for?
Who this course is for:
- This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to use Google Assistant to control their Arduino projects
- This course is for Arduino hobbyists and enthusiasts who want to learn how to use Google Assistant with their Arduino projects.
- This course has been designed for individuals who want to control an Arduino (or similar) board with voice commands.
- Arduino Uno
- Espressif ESP8266 ESP-01
- Arduino IDE app
- Microsoft Visual studio 2017 app
- Arduino board
- You will need a Google account
- Android device
Last Updated 8/2022