EDW-7208 Providing Eyes, Ears, and a Mouth to Your IoT Project | Devoxx

Providing Eyes, Ears, and a Mouth to Your IoT Project


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Room 4

vendredi at 10:45 - 11:45

This session discusses how you can use Intel RealSense in different IoT projects and contexts to provide amazing user experiences with gestures, text-to-speech, and voice and face recognition. You will see many different demos on a Raspberry Pi computer, an Intel Galileo board, and an Edison computer with sensors, robots, lights, and home-automation concepts. The demos include • Using face recognition for a home automation system • Controlling a remote robot by using gestures + a MQTT gateway + a Bluetooth device • Reading and speaking sensors’ value • DIY security monitoring • Edison Pi laptop: a wooden laptop integrated with RealSense

Vinicius Senger Vinicius Senger

Working as developer since I was 13 years old, started with dBase, Clipper, C / C++, Perl and than moved to Java. Working as Java developer the last 15 years founded a training and innovation company and now beyond creating softwares I am working with hardware development with Java, Arduino and all-in-one boards.

Yara Senger Yara Senger

Yara Senger has been a tireless Java activist in Brazil for many years. She is a Java Champion and Director of SouJava and she is an alternate representative of the group on the JCP Executive Committee. Yara has led SouJava in many initiatives, from technical events to social activities. She is co-founder and director of Globalcode, which trains developers throughout Brazil and The Developer's Conference besides several Hackathons and other events. In 2011, she was recipient of the Duke Choice's Award, for the JHome embedded environment. Yara is also an active speaker, giving presentations in many countries, including JavaOne SF, JavaOne Latin Ameria, JavaOne India, Devoxx, JFokus, and and get recognized as JavaOne Rockstar Speaker.