Set up your Arduino and Raspberry PI to control lighting and animation on an RGB led strip via AWS IoT and Alexa voice commands.
This control board integrates with Arduino to allow users to control all aspects of a smart home through a website or Alexa voice commands.
Run scripts on your RPi/Linux device when voice commands are issued to Alexa. An AWS account is needed but the free tier is used (no cost).
Build a smart lamp that can be controlled by flipping a switch and Alexa, for only $35.
Let the sun turn your Hue lights on automatically.
The Scent-terrific Smart Candle is made of wax, flickers like a real flame, emits scents though a wax warmer, and is controllable by Alexa!
An easy-to-build humidifier with RGB backlight that can be controlled by Amazon Alexa.
A sample that uses an Arduino YÚN with an Alexa Smart Home Skill to provide voice control to LED lights.
A Maker interface to the Alexa Smart Home, using Raspberry Pi, Gobot and Arduino's Firmata Protocol at home, and AWS/Serverless on Cloud.
This project allows you to use voice command to turn on/off, change color, effect of one, a range or all of an LED strip.
A nightlight lantern powered by Alexa Home Skill.
Using Amazon Echo to control Lifx bulb. Can switch ON/OFF and change the color of the bulb
Tick Tock Stop is a fast-paced game in which instead of being timed, you become the timer!