Things you can do with Spencer
- Ask about the weather forecast for your area
- Hear a joke
- Ask him to sing you a song
- Make Spencer display custom animations
- Laugh at his corny popular culture references
Talk to Spencer!
Spencer has a microphone and understands what you say (like, REALLY understands).
You can code new functions that will be triggered when you say certain sentences and words.
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Display animations on a flashy 144-pixel LED display
The LED display on Spencer’s face has a 144-pixel LED grid that can show data, custom icons, animations, and scrolling text
Spencer is a DIY voice assistant that will teach you about AI, voice recognition, IoT, and speech synthesis.
The best part is that you get to assemble him yourself.
He also has a funny personality, tells jokes, and finds new ones online.
What you get inside your 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
- 5W Speaker
Instruction booklet – ready for your offline knowledge consumption
Easy assembly with a thorough build guide
Learn how to assemble your very own voice assistant by following a detailed build guide.
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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