Perform image recognition with Alexa Voice and a Raspberry Pi

Ken Walker has developed an Alexa skill which uses a Raspberry Pi and camera to take a picture and then use APIs and online services to determine what the camera can see. The Alexa device (say, an Echo) then reads out what the camera saw. Called SeeTalker, the Raspberry Pi side is constructed using a Touchscreen and Camera Module and encased inside a SmartiPi case.

The full instructions for the project are over on Hackster.io.

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