new plugin input request

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Re: new plugin input request

Just ran across this on Reddit. YeeLights has opened up their API. And apparently it doesn't suck.

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How about a plugin for withings wi-fi scale?


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Wifi scale: To get the bad news electronically??


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Different Computers wrote:
Just ran across this on Reddit. YeeLights has opened up their API. And apparently it doesn't suck.
will look at it.


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This will challenge my command of Mandarin!! - ordered one, delivery is in September

will also look at: https://lifx.readme.io/

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kw123 wrote:
... will also look at: https://lifx.readme.io/

There is already a LIFX plugin available (see signature below) that doesn't rely on having the internet available to control your LIFX lamps - posted in case you weren't aware :)

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Thu Aug 11, 2016 8:28 am
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what about Milight

http://www.milight.com/


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There is already a LIFX plugin available (see
.. yes thanks.. and nicely written can learn something

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Tue Feb 06, 2018 9:11 pm
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Re: new plugin input request

would like to open it up again... I am kind of done with my big plugins. Little things here or there that might be added..

One of my ideas is to use an RPI to do voice commands. That would not require any internet connection like ALEXA

any other suggestions?


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Karl, would that be speak or only take commands - except for Sonos there is no way to do speech w/o hardwiring your house - the BT stuff just does not work reliably .

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How about a zigbee dongle plug-in?

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Different Computers wrote:
How about a zigbee dongle plug-in?


+1

Plugin for something like this maybe
https://www.dresden-elektronik.de/funkt ... spbee/?L=1

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Wed Feb 07, 2018 7:58 am
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Re: new plugin input request

Carnegie melon has a library that runs on rpi. It can be used to recognize words Then after recognition any Unix command can be executed.
The goal would be to setup a system that allows users to train the rpi, link words like “switch light on” to a script. That would travel to indigo and then an action can be executed.


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So the RPI would not be able to make announcements?

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