In this world of bots, Amazon Alexa and complex do-it-yourself projects, Google has decided that it wants its digital assistant to make you a mocktail. Because of course, you wouldn’t want to get drunk off of the power you’ll get handling the Google Assistant SDK, now open for integration into your next hardware project.

Pittsburgh-based robotics lab Deeplocal took a demo run with the kit to kick it into a mocktail mixer that knows what a “sunrise cooler” is and dispenses the right liquids to make the beverage. The project’s on GitHub.

In the meantime, you can grab hold of the SDK yourself and wrangle around what to do with the voice interface on your choice of Pi or other baseboard. Hit the source link for more info.

Hmm, how about a robotic bartender arm with Google Assistant instead?

You May Also Like

Today’s deals include products from Apple, Samsung, Sony and Google

There are many interesting deals from B&H and Amazon today. They include discounts on smart speakers, tablets, smartphones and more

The Samsung Galaxy S11 may be able of recording videos at 8K

The new Samsung Galaxy S11’s camera may be able to capture 8K video at 30 fps according to information found in Samsungs Camera app

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite may launch in January

Samsung is getting everything ready for a possible launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and the Galaxy Note 10 Lite early next year