Google Assistant Library Python wrapper
It is part of the Google Assistant SDK for devices.
It includes the following features:
- “Ok Google” or “Hey Google” hotword detection
- Audio recording
- Assistant response playback
- Timer and alarm features
- Volume ducking and control
- Conversation state management
- Playback of podcasts and news
- Broadcast voice messages
See Introduction to the Google Assistant Library for a step by step guide on how to get started with the library on Raspberry Pi 3.
- Python >= 2.7
- Architecture: linux-arm7l and linux-x86_64
You can install using pip.:
pip install --upgrade google-assistant-library
Run the demo:
Say “Ok Google” or “Hey Google” followed by a voice query. The demo should play back the Assistant’s response and log events to the screen.
Register the device and run the demo with device actions:
google-assistant-demo --project-id PROJECT_ID --device-model-id DEVICE_MODEL
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