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VoiceControl module


  • Moderator

    @gismo2006 This part has to go into mm-music-player.js. This is where you receive the notification. Then instead of this.media.play() you have to do access the play and stop functions of the mm-music-player (which unfortunately is seems a little bit complicated, since they are only elements on the web page).

    Edit: Maybe the easiest is to give the Play and Stop button an id and then ‘fake’ a click event on the the buttons.

    var playButton = document.getElementById('play-button');
    playButton.click();
    


  • Hi @Jopyth thank you for your helping.

    But I think i’m to stupid… 😞

    I have copy your first code line into the mm-music-player.js file. But now the module isn’t shown at the mirror. But the mirror shows all other module i installed at the same time… (I use pavrios Facial-Recogination module) If I cut out your line the mirrors behaviour is like it should be. On searching my misstake i found a line called: var playButton = document.createElement(“div”);. I cut this line and put in your line but nothing.

    greets gismo


  • Moderator

    @gismo2006 Have you put this into the notificationReceived function, e.g. in line 26?

    notificationReceived: function(notification, payload, sender) {
            if (notification === "PLAY_MUSIC"){
                    var playButton = document.getElementById('play-button');
                    playButton.click();
            }
    
            if (notification === "STOP_MUSIC"){
                    var stopButton = document.getElementById('stop-button');
                    stopButton.click();
            }
        },
    

    Also add the id somewhere here, e.g. with

    playButton.id = 'play-button'
    

    Same for the stop button.



  • Hey, thank you for your help!

    I really like to say many many thank that you spend your time to help me.

    I will try it today evening again, because now my little son likes to play whit me. 🙂

    greets gismo



  • @Pierre @simonsays
    First of all sorry for the long waiting…
    I guess u already have run the voice control module with the speech files (pmdl) from snopwboy and put this in your root.
    Here is my config part for the VoiceControl module:

    {
                module: 'voicecontrol',
                config: {
                    models: [
                        {
                            keyword: "gotosleep",   // keyword 
                            file: "gotosleep.pmdl", // trained model file name
                            message: "go_to_sleep"   // notification message that's broadcast in the MagicMirror app
                        },
    					{
                            keyword: "wake up",   // keyword 
                            file: "Wake_up.pmdl", // trained model file name
                            message: "wake_up"   // notification message that's broadcast in the MagicMirror app
                        },
                    ]
                }
            },
    		{
            	module: 'notification',
            	position: 'bottom_right',    // This can be any of the regions.
        	},
    

    Because the voicecontrol module send a notafication to all other modules i wrote a separate module to show text messages for what is happening:
    notification.js

    /* global Module */
    
    /* Magic Mirror
     * Module: notification
     */
    var awake = 1;
    Module.register("notification",{
    
    	// Default module config.
    	defaults: {
    		text: "",
    		animationSpeed: 500,
    	},
    	start: function() { 
            this.sendSocketNotification("CONNECT", {});
        },
    
    	notificationReceived: function(notification, callback) {
    		var self = this;
    				if (notification === "go_to_sleep" && awake === 1){
                		this.config.text = "going to sleep...";
    					this.updateDom(this.config.animationSpeed);
    					setTimeout(function(){
    						self.sendSocketNotification('go_to_sleep', {});
    						self.config.text = "";
    						self.updateDom(self.config.animationSpeed);
    					}, 1000);
    					awake = 0;
    					callback(awake);
            		}
    				if (notification === "wake_up" && awake === 0){
    					this.sendSocketNotification('wake_up', {});
                		this.config.text = "waking up...";
    					this.updateDom(this.config.animationSpeed);
    					setTimeout(function(){
    						self.config.text = "";
    						self.updateDom(self.config.animationSpeed);
    					}, 5000);
    					awake = 1;
    					callback(awake);
            		}
        },
    	socketNotificationReceived: function(notification) {
       if (notification === "autosleep") {
    					awake = 0;
            		}
       	},
    	// Override dom generator.
    	getDom: function() {
    		var wrapper = document.createElement("div");
    		wrapper.innerHTML = this.config.text;
    		return wrapper;
    	}
    });
    

    In my node helper i put the exec code to turn on and off my monitor.
    node_helper.js

    'use strict';
    const NodeHelper = require('node_helper');
    const exec = require('child_process').exec;
    var timer;
    //function initialize() {
    //}
    //(function(){
    //	initialize();
    //			autosleep();
    //})();
    
    
    module.exports = NodeHelper.create({
      start: function() {
    		this.started = false;
      }, 
     
      socketNotificationReceived: function(notification) {
    	if (notification === "CONNECT") {
    			clearTimeout(timer);
    			this.autosleep();
    	}
        if (notification === 'go_to_sleep') {
                exec("/opt/vc/bin/tvservice -o", null);
    			clearTimeout(timer);
    	}
    	if (notification === 'wake_up') {
                exec("/opt/vc/bin/tvservice -p", null);
    			exec("/bin/fbset -depth 8 && /bin/fbset -depth 16 ", null);
          		exec("/usr/bin/xrefresh",null);
    			clearTimeout(timer);
    			this.autosleep();
    	}
      },
      autosleep: function(){
    	  var self = this;
    	  timer=setTimeout(function(){
    				exec("/opt/vc/bin/tvservice -o", null);
    			    self.sendSocketNotification("autosleep", {});
    			},  10*60*1000);
      }
    });
    

    I also put conditions in it so it can only wake up when it’s asleep. There is also a autosleep function thats now on 10 minutes.



  • @Jopyth

    Thank you everything workes fine. A big thank you!!!

    greets gismo



  • @Jopyth

    Maybe you can help me again?

    If I put only one comand like Play everything ist fine. But if I put more than one comand, like Play and Stop the Player is completly confused. Then only a handclap or a any other word is need to start a track or to beginn from beginning again…

    greets gismo



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  • @alexyak @tyho I was able to get my sleep and wake up function to work using tyho’s code as well as able to find a way to turn the LED on. However, I cannot seem to turn it off once on. I am driving the switch with a gpio pin and transistor. It seems that after the pi executes the action, it wont listen for anything else. Example is if I tell it to turn the LED on, it does so. Then i say go to sleep, and it won’t. I go for the reboot and try again and start with the sleep command first. Then I try to turn the LED on and it won’t do that. Is there a way to have the function in tyho’s node_helper.js loop back again to the beginning? I feel like it get’s stuck once it executes a function. I also have an issue with the screen being yellow and zoomed in when i wake up the mirror after sleep. Don’t think it is a hardware issue, but I haven’t swapped HDMI cables yet.

    For reference:

    Code for modified node_helper.js:

    socketNotificationReceived: function(notification) {
    if (notification === “CONNECT”) {
    clearTimeout(timer);
    this.autosleep();
    }
    if (notification === ‘go_to_sleep’) {
    exec("/opt/vc/bin/tvservice -o", null);
    clearTimeout(timer);
    =}
    if (notification === ‘wake_up’) {
    exec("/opt/vc/bin/tvservice -p", null);
    exec("/bin/fbset -depth 8 && /bin/fbset -depth 16 “, null);
    exec(”/usr/bin/xrefresh",null);
    clearTimeout(timer);
    this.autosleep();

    }
    if (notification === ‘lights_on’) {
    exec(“echo ‘18’ > /sys/class/gpio/export”, null);
    exec(“echo ‘out’ > /sys/class/gpio/gpio18/direction”, null);
    gpio.setup(‘sys’);
    gpio.digitalWrite(18,1);
    clearTimeout(timer);
    }
    if (notification === ‘lights_off’) {
    exec(“echo ‘18’ > /sys/class/gpio/export”, null);
    exec(“echo ‘out’ > /sys/class/gpio/gpio18/direction”, null);
    gpio.setup(‘sys’);
    gpio.digitalWrite(18,0);
    clearTimeout(timer);
    }
    },
    autosleep: function(){
    var self = this;
    timer=setTimeout(function(){
    exec("/opt/vc/bin/tvservice -o", null);
    self.sendSocketNotification(“autosleep”, {});
    }, 10601000);
    }
    });

    Any help is greatly appreciated.



  • Hi,

    maybe someone can help me… 🙂

    So far the musiccontroll works fine. Now I spent my time for a new project. I Copy the code from @tyho and save it as notification.js and node_helper.js. The I copy the code into my config file like he posted. Th two files I coppied into an new folder called notification, that I took under Modules. Then I train two Hotword for wake up and go sleeping an copy and paste the two pmdl files correctly. The Mirror stats fine and everything is working But the two Hotwords didn’t take their job.

    Greets gismo


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