Google presented an experiment a few days ago in which voice and paper are the protagonists. That is Paper Signals, an open source project that allows us to build a paper object that can control the voice. These objects can inform us about various data that exist on the Internet, coom the value of the bitcoin or the weather, and do so with several signals that can be programmed.
Paper Signals, from Google, to control pieces of paper with the voice
Since the code is available, developers can create their custom versions. Users just have to get a starter kit, which includes an Adafruit board, all the necessary cables and an engine to move the prints on paper, although a device that supports the Google Assistant, a printer and some items for it will also be necessary. The home, like a craft knife, glue, pencil, and ruler. The kit costs $ 25.
The signals can activate through the Google Assistant. And on its website, there are several experiments so that we can perform them without much effort.
In the same place, there are several animations and examples of what we can do right now, as well as a video that shows its possibilities.
An excellent way to invest the time to fall even more in love with technology.