Please read the release notes carefully since this update requires adjustments to your Raspberry Pi configuration!
Using Google Assistant SDK
dwysauce last edited by dwysauce
Hey, I finally made an account for this. I’m excited to be a part of the community. I’m almost done with the frame on my first magic mirror!
Anyways, to the point. Today, Google announced the general availability of the Google Assistant SDK. Who’s going to be the first person to get it running with MM2?
If no one gets to it by the time I finish my mirror, that may be the first project I use to dive into MM2 development. Anyone else excited for this?
Here’s a video on the launch Here’s a video on the launch that specifically mentions the raspberry pi.
zack949 last edited by
I am very interested in it. A developer team at google has already published instructions on how to add it to a Pi. Are you going to try and make a module or are you going to have it run in the back ground?
davidrq7 last edited by
I’m waiting when some1 connect mm2 with google assistant. Any progress some1?
Here’s my progress https://github.com/gauravsacc/MMM-GoogleAssistant
Posted in another thread as well.
AB_Normal last edited by
I went to the link you provided. Is there any progress? I have the orginal MagPi issue 57 kit I purchased from Adafruit. It has the original Pi 3 B audio hat, cardboard, instructions, everything. Is there anything I can do to help or test? I am more of a hardware person than a software guy. I am learning Python 2.7, however. Used to be good at DOS and Basic back in the day.
AB_Normal last edited by
@AB_Normal BTW, I am VERY excited to see the two joined together. I would LOVE to approach a blank screen and say, ¨OK Google, show me my home screen"or somthing like that and see my MMM. Then say, ¨OK google, show me my Calendar for today"then a window with my Google gmail calendart shows up. Or say, ÖK Google, schedule a calendar event on December 13th at 7 PM for Family reunion Or some such thing. It would make the mirror truely MAGIC and dynamic.
Google Assistantdoesn’t support
private Action. It means you cannot control your mirror without public cloud hub service. And, there is nothing for that currently.
muffinimal last edited by
@Sean Thanks for letting us know. Too bad, that would have been my next step in configuring my mirror.
I guess I should find out how I can rotate stuff on the mirror then…
Chris last edited by
there is also GassistPi
It can include instructions for the MagicMirror.
It has been about two months since I use it and I am very happy.