Jarvis Interface Windows 10

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SkinPack Jarvis is a free-to-use application that allows you change your Windows interface. SkinPack Jarvis is a. Windows 10 provides you. A backup solution. Windows 8.1 should not be an issue, at the time I had tested it on Ubuntu. The gTTS module underneath uses the translate.google.com website, see inside the gtts source code. This website returns an audio file, which is played with any sound player (mpg321 as example).

I thought it would be cool to create a personal assistant in Python. If you are into movies you may have heard of Jarvis, an A.I. based character in the Iron Man films. In this tutorial we will create a robot. Football manager 2017 game editor.

The features I want to have are:

  • Answer simple commands
For this tutorial you will need (Ubuntu) Linux, Python and a working microphone.

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Video


This is what you’ll create (watch the whole video, demo at the end):

Recognize spoken voice


Speech recognition can by done using the Python SpeechRecognition module. We make use of the Google Speech API because of it’s great quality.

Answer in spoken voice (Text To Speech)


Various APIs and programs are available for text to speech applications. Espeak and pyttsx work out of the box but sound very robotic. We decided to go with the Google Text To Speech API, gTTS.

Using it is as simple as:

Jarvis Interface Windows 10

Complete program


The program below will answer spoken questions.

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