by Antimatter Research

A cleaner sounding microphone for your typical webcam that allows for better speech-recognition and teleconference, is hackable, and based on a chipset that is capable of being Alexa

View all updates Dec 05, 2017

Demo Time! Acusis and Alexa with Raspberry Pi

Happy Thanksgiving everyone, hope you had a good holiday.

Earlier we sent Acusis out to some users to try it out and see what they would do. One user, Mikael, made an Alexa-enabled system using Acusis and Raspberry Pi. Since Acusis is a far-field microphone array, you can build a room-scale voice assistant with Raspberry Pi (or other computer) yourself. This demonstration shows how easy it is to build it.

Mikael has kindly shared the code with us. We’ll send an update later that contains a wiki for code samples and other information so you can do this yourself.

Gladys and the rest of the Acusis team

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ONE Acusis unit, fully assembled, tested, and ready for you to use. Includes one 6' microUSB cable verified to work with Acusis.


Antimatter Research

We like to think of ourselves as a true full-stack company. We have a variety of skills ranging from chip design to PCBs to firmware, OS, applications, cloud, computer vision, and machine learning. We've worked with a variety of companies and contract manufacturers and can help with a project from inception to production.

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