Guy Hacks Amazon's Alexa Into A Talking Skull Head
This is a video demonstration of Yorick (named after the skull of the former court jester in Shakespeare's Hamlet), an animatronic talking skull that 'aspiring roboticist' Mike McGurrin hacked to act as the face of Amazon Echo's Alexa. Cool. Another picture explaining how it works and a couple videos, the second of which is Yorick being sassy.
By Ben on Thu Mar 16 2017
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