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
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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