Build & code your own voice assistant
No prior knowledge needed!
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Spencer is a DIY voice assistant that talks, lights-up, connects to the internet, and understands simple voice commands.
He also has a funny personality, tells jokes, and finds new ones online.
What you’ll get in the Box:
Spencer’s circuit board that includes a pre-soldered 144-pixel LED grid
The brain board – does smart stuff and includes a dual-core processor, a 16 MB flash memory chip, and power-management circuitry
Acrylic casing – this protects Spencer’s innards from the outside world
A big red button
Bag of other small components such as resistors and pushbuttons
Micro USB cable for powering your Spencer
Instruction booklet – ready for your offline knowledge consumption
Things Spencer can do as soon as you assemble him:
- Tell you the weather forecast for your area
- Tell you a joke
- Sing a song
- Set an alarm or reminder
- Show animations
- Make corny popular culture references
Talk to Spencer!
You can code new functions that will be triggered when you say certain sentences and words.
144 flashy bling bling LEDs
You’ll learn about hardware
Learn how to solder and assemble your very own personal voice assistant
Learn about microcomputers & electronics
Find out how an LED grid display works
Learn about sound processing
You’ll learn about software
Learn how to code a microcomputer in C/C++ and CircuitBlocks
Learn about the Internet of things
Learn about artificial intelligence and how to make Spencer smart
Learn about voice recognition and speech synthesis
Thank you for producing a well thought out, educational and fun product, especially during this very challenging year! “
Me and my kids had alot of fun making spencer and can’t wait for the next!
Might even be the beginning of getting mroe into arduino projects as well! “
Getting started with coding has never been easier
You can code Spencer in CircuitBlocks – our custom-made code editor similar to Scratch that makes it easy for beginners to get into physical computing.