Smart mirror Electron app written with React/Redux to be run on Raspberry Pi.
config.js in the root directory by copying over the contents of
config.template.js and updating the file with your own API keys and data.
For speech recognition, install sox.
brew install sox
For development, run
yarn run dev
Each service is contained in its own widget. These can be found in the
TODO: document widget creation and infrastructure
Make sure Node.js/NPM is installed.
For speech recognition...
sudo apt-get install sox libmagic-dev libatlas-base-dev
~/.asoundrc -> some info on that here.
- Turn off screensaver:
sudo apt-get install x11-xserver-utils
- Run on launch: http://www.raspberry-projects.com/pi/pi-operating-systems/raspbian/auto-running-programs-gui
- ↑ - shows when the version of
main.jsthe page is accessing was last built/changed
- ↓ - shows the machine's local IP address (useful for remote debugging)
TODO: use annyang for textual intent recognition or is there a better option?
- Mira, show me the schedule for the 2 and 3 trains.
- Mira, show me the A train.
- Mira, is the A train delayed?
- Mira, are there delays on the A train?
- Mira, when do I need to leave for the 2/3?
- Mira, what is the weather?
- Mira, show me the weather.
Register for a forecast.io API key here. The calls to the forecast.io API are cached every 15 min to prevent $$$... also do you really think the weather is going to change much over 15 minutes?
In order to get the correct auth credentials, follow the Google Calendar API Quickstart tutorial. Save the resulting
client_secret.json (googleCalSecretPath) and
calendar-nodejs-quickstart.json (googleCalTokenPath) files to the app directory and specify their paths in
config.js in order to use the Google Calendar integration.