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Uses natural language to control Internet of Things. Built on Raspberry Pi this whole home A.I. plays media, controls lights & more.
Uses natural language to control Internet of Things. Built on Raspberry Pi this whole home AI plays media, controls lights & more.
Uses natural language to control Internet of Things. Built on Raspberry Pi this whole home AI plays media, controls lights & more.
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Mycroft: An Open Source Artificial Intelligence For Everyone

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Artificial Intelligence is here. Self driving cars, natural language processing and a new Jeopardy champion - all brought to you by the miracles of A.I. But as important as A.I. is to our future, it's been a private domain of big private companies. Not anymore.

Meet Mycroft.

Mycroft is the world's first open source, open hardware home A.I. platform. It is a state of the art A.I. based on Raspberry Pi 2 and Arduino - two of the world's most popular open development platforms.

Mycroft uses natural language processing to respond to your voice. It makes online services like YouTube, Netflix, Pandora, Spotify and others available to you instantly. No need to pull out your smart phone, log in, select a network, load an app and hunt down a feature. Want to hear great music?  Say "Mycroft, play 'Uptown Funk' from YouTube on my Chromecast" and seconds later your video begins to play.

It isn't just for streaming devices.  Mycroft has an integrated high quality speaker.  It can play music directly. Just ask Mycroft to play your favorite Pandora playlist, kick back and enjoy your tunes.

Mycroft also integrates with your smart devices and allows you to control the Internet of Things. Connect Mycroft to your SmartThings hub, WeMo devices or Phillips Hue lights and command your devices with the sound of your voice. Turn on lights, lock doors, make coffee, water plants and feed pets. Whatever it is - If it is connected to the internet - Mycroft can control it.

Mycroft is an open source and open hardware platform.  It allows developers, makers and tinkerers to explore their own ideas. Want Mycroft to post to your Facebook account? Control a Roomba? Start your 3D printer? You can do it. Our community will include comprehensive documentation on the hardware inside Mycroft and the software that makes it go. And since Mycroft's core is a Raspberry Pi 2 and his display is powered by Arduino, there are already thousands of tutorials, Instructables and project kits available so you can personalize him to meet your needs.

    

Our team of experienced entrepreneurs is aware that $99,000 isn't enough funding to manufacture molds, purchase components, assemble the units, complete software development and deploy our cloud infrastructure.  The goal during this Kickstarter isn't to fully fund our effort.

Rather, we're asking you to prove that there is a community that wants to see an open source artificial intelligence solution. Our team includes includes a CEO who owns and operates an internet service provider with a significant fiber-optic plant.  We have already made a sizable financial investment in Mycroft's technology and, with your support, plan to continue investing to make Mycroft a viable open source alternative to proprietary A.I.

Mycroft is poised to shake up the AI market in three ways.

  • Affordable - Mycroft is priced at only $129 per unit, which makes it affordable enough to install 100% coverage in your home or office.
  • Open source- Our disruptive pricing is possible because we are using open hardware. Mycroft's core components are a Raspberry Pi 2 and an Arduino compatible micro-controller. This provides our project with economies of scale right out of the box.
  • Open API - Mycroft uses a variety of open APIs to process language, determine intent and obtain results. Since much of Mycroft's processing is performed in the cloud by open APIs, we don't have to develop our own deep learning neural network. This dramatically reduces our cost and simultaneously improves accuracy and usability.

 Mycroft has a lot of native skills and abilities baked in and, since it is open source, it allows outside developers to add more features over time.

  • Play Media. Play from a variety of sources on a variety of players. 
  • Internet of Things Support. Supported Platforms
  • If This Then That. User can select Mycroft as a source/destination to manipulate Facebook, Twitter, etc.
  • Internet of Things Scene. Mycroft can manipulate a group of IoT devices at one time, or what we call "creating a scene." For example, the "Lock up" scene might turn off all of the lights, lock the door and shut off any music or media.
  • Create Voice Channel. Mycroft can create a voice channel between two units.  This creates an on demand intercom link between two rooms.
  • Announce. If there are several Mycroft units in an installation, one unit can create an announcement that is played on all of the units.
  • Record. Mycroft can record audio. Recordings are uploaded to your preferred cloud storage for later retrieval.  To let folks know it is recording Mycroft periodically beeps softly.
  • Calendar. Mycroft can read either Google Calendar or iCal.
  • Twitter. Mycroft can tweet for you.
  • Alarm Clock. Mycroft can act as an alarm clock and perform behaviors such as scenes, news, weather, etc. at certain times.
  • Reminders. Mycroft can repeat a reminder phrase to at a specified date, time.
  • Weather. Mycroft can give the current or future weather for a specified location.
  • Time. Mycroft can give the current time.
  • News. When asked for the news, Mycroft can play the top of the hour news from NPR or the BBC.
  • Stock Quotes. Mycroft can return the current price of a specified ticker symbol or company name.
  • Spelling. Mycroft can spell words out.
  • Math. Mycroft can perform simple arithmetic.
  • Parrot Mode. Upon entering this mode, Mycroft can repeat back whatever you say. Useful for entertaining a parrot or small child.
  • Exact match. Uses regular expressions to perform a shell command when an exact phrase or sub-phrase is spoken.  Say the key phrase and perform any task.
  • Novelty. Performs search using Google, Wolfram Alpha, etc and tells knock-knock jokes.

 We are happy to announce that we are partnering with Ubuntu and will be shipping with Snappy Core Ubuntu as the operating system powering Mycroft. Snappy Core Ubuntu will allow us to ship secure devices that utilize the latest and greatest containerization and app delivery technologies. Ubuntu’s parent company is changing the landscape of IoT and the cloud, and we are ecstatic to be a part of this revolution.

We will be utilizing Snappy in order to manage app installation through "Snappy Apps", this new way of developing, distributing, and installing applications makes these processes simple and easy for both developers and end-users.

How does Mycroft compare with other voice systems? Here is a breakdown of where Mycroft stands.

Keep in mind that though the process below looks complex, it all takes place in just a few seconds.

1.) Mycroft listens for its name. When an end user says "Mycroft, " it listens for a command or question.  If it doesn't get one, it beeps softly to prompt you.

2.) Once it has received a command Mycroft connects to your home router through WiFi or Ethernet. 

3.) Mycroft sends the command or question to the cloud.

4.) The cloud sends the audio to two or more online application interfaces (APIs) that translate speech to text (STT).

5.) The STT APIs respond with a text translation of the audio phrase.

6.) The Mycroft cloud compares the results and selects the best one based on past performance, response time and other factors.

7.) The text translation is sent to at least two artificial intelligence APIs.

8.) The artificial intelligence APIs respond with a data structure that translates the text into intents, objects, entities, contexts and other categories.

9.) The Mycroft cloud combines the data structure with the user's profile information and sends the information back to the Mycroft unit.

10.) The Mycroft unit uses the data structure to select the appropriate action.

11.) Mycroft performs the action.

Ryan Sipes - CTO A long time open source software developer Ryan has contributed to the Solus Project, GtK, DuckDuckGo and many others. He is a former systems administrator for the Northeast Kansas Library System. Ryan has extensive experience with data center management including the construction and maintenance of high availability virtualization systems.

Joshua Montgomery - CEO One of the few entrepreneurs in the United States to build a gigabit fiber network from scratch, Joshua brings more than 15 years of entrepreneurial experience to the Mycroft project. Joshua's previous project, Wicked Broadband, has been featured in Wired, ArsTechnica and Forbes. He is a firm supporter of the open source movement committed to an open future for AI.

Kristie Adair - CFO With more than 10 years of experience as a financial controller, Kris brings the Mycroft project expertise in financial planning, budgeting and accounting. In addition to her duties at Mycroft, Kris serves on the USD497 school board and is the director of the Lawrence Center for Entrepreneurship, a facility dedicated to helping entrepreneurs achieve success.

Derick Schweppe - Design Lead Derick is an industrial design instructor at the University of Kansas Department of Design where he shares his passion for design with talented students. Derick’s portfolio is filled with projects that help people develop emotional connections to the products they use every day. His talents are responsible for giving Mycroft both form and functionality.

Alejandro Seoane - Web Presence Lead Mycroft's web presence is as important as its voice. Alejandro is responsible for making Mycroft's online tools attractive and customer friendly. Alejandro takes great pride in developing unique concepts that are both visually appealing and easy for visitors to navigate.

Terry Manies - Communications Lead With over 15 years experience as a professional communicator, Terry is responsible for ensuring that Mycroft's communications make sense. Terry is a communications professional who has worked in a variety of corporations and colleges including the University of Minnesota, University of Kansas, Northwest Missouri State and Baker University.

Zachary Spears - Video Production Lead Zachary Spears is an up and coming young film maker. Among his many projects is his work on the film Jayhawkers by Kevin Wilmott. His enthusiasm for all things film is both contagious and endearing. Zach's job is to help the team communicate the creativity and utility of the Mycroft platform by producing high quality videos and stills.

We ship Mycroft units anywhere in the world.  Any costs associated with international shipments over $20 will be billed to the supporter before shipment.

Shipment within the US and Canada will be billed at a flat rate of $10.

Risks and challenges

No one has built a stable, useful, home AI platform before. Until recently an AI for your home was science fiction. We believe strongly that the best approach to solving this problem is to leverage the power of the open source community.

Our team of engineers, designers and developers have already spent months working on Mycroft. We've come a long way from our original voice recognition loop and are getting very accurate results from the cloud. Our AI integration is top notch and 95% of the commands Mycroft is processing are coming back with match probabilities in excess of 90%. We have gone through dozens of software and hardware Revisions and multiple 3D printed enclosures. We’ve done our best to mitigate any risk to putting Mycroft in your hands and are working to deliver exceptional hardware and software.

That said, there are no guarantees in this life. Though we've got the skills, experience and drive to make Mycroft happen, we may not have anticipated all of the future roadblocks. We can't promise that the system will ship on time or that all of the planned features will be available on day one. The software is in alpha and it is working well, but we expect some challenges as we scale it up.

What we can promise is that we'll be transparent, honest and above all: open. At the end of this project the open source world will have Mycroft's source code and access to modify, fix, tweek, hack and re-distribute Mycroft. On the hardware side anyone will be able to 3D print an enclosure, order one from Shapeways or make one from scratch. The display board uses COTS components and can be assembled using parts from Mouser.

We are committed to the open source philosophy and are excited to bring this project to you.

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FAQ

  • Mycroft is always listening. When you call him, he answers … Otherwise he ignores you so your conversations are confidential. Mycroft respects your privacy.

    Mycroft only begins streaming when you call his name, all other audio is ignored. The process of analyzing the audio is done locally and not retained, until Mycroft hears his name.

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  • We plan to release the source code under GPLv3.

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  • Accuracy and affordability. Existing online APIs that perform STT are far more accurate (>95%) than software packages that run locally.

    Using existing online systems also makes our project more affordable. We need less local processing power, less RAM and a smaller software development effort.

    We may re-evaluate this decision in the future, one benefit to a network connected AI is that it can be easily updated.

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  • Our initial version will be English followed very closely by Spanish, German and French.

    Since it is an open source project, the number of languages is only limited by the willingness of contributors to translate the voice prompts into their own language. We expect to eventually support 10 languages including Arabic, Mandarin, and Hindi.

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  • We plan to make both male and female voices available. We are hoping to have several voice profiles available for each gender.

    Once again, the scope of voices will depend on participation from the open source community. The more support we receive through software and translation efforts, the more languages and voices we can provide to Mycroft users.

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  • Yes. You can replace the key phrase "Mycroft" with the word or phrase of your choice.

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  • We plan to release it to the public in July 2016. One of the rewards above is pre-release access. We plan to pre-release the software to these supporters in April 2016.

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  • Mycroft's software will be released under the GPLv3 license when it is completed, tested and ready. Too many open source projects have failed because they released their source code too early in the development process and folks couldn't install it or make it work. You only have one chance to make a first impression.

    To develop robust professional software takes time and resources. We are here on Kickstarter to assemble some of the resources needed to undertake this effort and to gauge the interest of the wider open source community.

    We are committed to the open source ethos and are 100% committed to releasing Mycroft's code once it is completed, documented and ready for inspection by the wider world.

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  • We want to be transparent with our supporters, but at the same time we need to keep some details of our project private until negotiations are complete and contracts are signed. Remember that Kickstarter is not a store. It is a place to build support and access capital to complete amazing projects. Our platform is still more than 10 months away from release and we have a lot of details to iron out before we ship.

    We are currently evaluating several STT application interfaces (APIs). Our software is designed to use multiple APIs simultaneously. Partially this is to improve performance, but it is also to prevent getting locked into a single technology or vendor. When we've selected and executed agreements with our upstream STT providers we will communicate our selection to end users.

    We will also remain open to adding STT vendors in the future or bringing this portion of our technology in-house.

    To preserve end user privacy we are looking at several mechanisms to randomize STT query destinations, mask IP addresses and conceal other personally identifiable information.

    Mycroft is open source so users who don't like our STT or AI selection can always deploy their own STT or AI back end.

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  • We do not plan to charge for processing speech or AI interrogation. If we change this policy in the future Kickstarter supporters will be grandfathered in.

    Remember, Mycroft is an open source, open hardware platform. Mycroft users can always set up their own STT or AI back end and process queries using their own infrastructure. Advanced users can even set up STT or AI processing services for other Mycroft users. Our goal is to provide an open source solution that average consumers can use out of the box. What advanced users choose to do with the technology is entirely up to them.

    Please note that we do reserve the right to discontinue speech processing or AI integration for users who abuse our system.

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  • Mycroft is named in honor of Mike, the supercomputer in Robert A. Heinlein's classic novel "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress". Heinlein's Mycroft was a High-Optional, Logical, Multi-Evaluating Supervisor, Mark IV, Mod. L" - a HOLMES FOUR. Mycroft's friend Manuel named him "Mycroft" after Sherlock's elder brother Mycroft Holmes. This was later shortened to Mike.

    In Heinlein's book Mike became self aware when the Lunar Authority hooked so much hardware to it (decision-action boxes, additional memories, associated neural nets) that the system became self aware. This took place gradually over time.

    Heinlein's fictional explanation in mirrors our own approach to achieving a strong AI.

    For those of you who might not know; there are two types of AI. A weak AI is a system that is obviously a computer. It can perform certain tasks and solve certain problems, but cannot initiate action on its own or hold a meaningful conversation with an educated adult. A strong AI on the other hand is capable of communicating with educated adults in a way that is indistinguishable from a human being.

    So how does one distinguish a strong AI from a weak AI? Alan Turing - the father of the universal computer - proposed a test known as "the Turing test" where humans are asked to judge a computer based on a casual conversation. If humans are unable to determine whether a program is a human or a computer - the program is considered a strong AI. The recent movie "Ex Machina" was an excellent dramatization of this test.

    By this definition Mycroft is a weak AI. It can interpret natural language, initiate search and maintain the context of a query, but anyone interacting with it for more than a minute or two will know it is a computer.

    Our long term vision at Mycroft AI is expand Mycroft's skills and abilities to the point where interacting with Mycroft becomes indistinguishable from interacting with a human being. When that time comes Mycroft will become a strong AI - hopefully the world's first. Obviously we won't achieve this vision for years, possibly decades.

    We believe that the best approach to achieving strong AI is to add diverse skills to Mycroft one at a time. If properly integrated and coordinated these skills will gradually create an entity that is greater than the sum of its parts.

    Since this approach to achieving strong AI would take a proprietary software company decades of effort and hundreds of millions of dollars, we have made Mycroft open source. It is our hope that developers, hackers and makers will develop new skills and abilities for Mycroft and contribute them back to the greater Mycroft community. Gradually moving the system from weak to strong.

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    SUPPORT THE WORLDS FIRST OPEN SOURCE A.I.

    Support an open source alternative to Siri, Google Now, Cortana and Echo.

    Help to bring quality natural language recognition and Internet of Things integration to the Raspberry Pi (Debian) platform.

    Much of the development of the platform is done, our team is now working to integrate 20 software features and finalizing preparations for mass producing our hardware platform.

    When our final code review is complete and we are ready to ship, our team will release all of the Mycroft A.I. code under GPL V3.

    We already use Mycroft under Ubuntu 14.04 and it will work on other Linux distros as well. Support us today and help bring A.I. to the open source community.

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    EARLY BIRD SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT KIT

    Get access to the Mycroft source code two months before our initial open source release. Includes pre-loaded micro-SD compact flash card for your Raspberry Pi 2.

    Slip the card into your Raspberry Pi, connect a speaker and a USB microphone and you can begin developing your own module for the world's first open source A.I. platform.

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    EARLY ADOPTER MYCROFT BASIC

    Be among the first to have an open source A.I. to do your bidding. This is a production device in a retail box ready to be turned on and integrated into your daily life.

    Includes:
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    -- Raspberry Pi 2
    -- WiFi
    * Standard Mycroft backplate:
    -- Ethernet port (RJ45)
    -- 5V DC barrel plug (Female)
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    EARLY BIRD MYCROFT EXTENDABLE

    Mycroft's extendable version includes a backplate that allows you to easily access the Raspberry Pi 2's HDMI port, 40 pin GPIO header and one USB port. It also includes stereo RCA output ports and access to 5 analog and 5 digital pins on the ATMega328 microcontroller used to drive the display.

    This version of Mycroft is designed to be extended, altered, modified and hacked. Use it to drive a TV, stereo system, robot or even a drone. The possibilities are endless.

    This is a production Mycroft unit in a retail box ready to be turned on and integrated into your daily life.

    Includes:
    * Mycroft unit
    -- Enclosure with custom LED display
    -- Raspberry Pi 2
    -- WiFi
    * Extendable Mycroft backplate:
    -- Ethernet port (RJ45)
    -- HDMI port (Female)
    -- RCA ports (Female)
    -- USB port (USB A Female)
    -- 40 pin GPIO connector (Male)
    -- 5 Analog ATMega328 pins (Male)
    -- 5 Digital ATMega328 pins (Male)
    -- 5V DC barrel plug (Female)
    * Power adapter

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    MYCROFT BASIC

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    Includes:
    * Mycroft unit
    -- Enclosure with custom LED display
    -- Raspberry Pi 2
    -- WiFi
    * Standard Mycroft backplate:
    -- Ethernet port (RJ45)
    -- 5V DC barrel plug (Female)
    * Power adapter

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    MYCROFT EXTENDABLE

    Mycroft's extendable version includes a backplate that allows you to easily access the Raspberry Pi 2's HDMI port, 40 pin GPIO header and one USB port. It also includes stereo RCA output ports and access to 5 analog and 5 digital pins on the ATMega328 microcontroller used to drive the display.

    This version of Mycroft is designed to be extended, altered, modified and hacked. Use it to drive a TV, stereo system, robot or even a drone. The possibilities are endless.

    This is a production Mycroft unit in a retail box ready to be turned on and integrated into your daily life.

    Includes:
    * Mycroft unit
    -- Enclosure with custom LED display
    -- Raspberry Pi 2
    -- WiFi
    * Extendable Mycroft backplate:
    -- Ethernet port (RJ45)
    -- HDMI port (Female)
    -- RCA ports (Female)
    -- USB port (USB A Female)
    -- 40 pin GPIO connector (Male)
    -- 5 Analog ATMega328 pins (Male)
    -- 5 Digital ATMega328 pins (Male)
    -- 5V DC barrel plug (Female)
    * Power adapter

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    Get a 3D printed Mycroft unit fully assembled with our development kit pre-loaded. Implement your A.I. application quickly and have it available for download when our first production units ship.

    Includes:
    * Mycroft unit
    -- 3D printed enclosure with custom LED display
    -- Raspberry Pi 2
    -- WiFi
    * Extendable Mycroft backplate:
    -- Ethernet port (RJ45)
    -- HDMI port (Female)
    -- RCA ports (Female)
    -- USB port (USB A Female)
    -- 40 pin GPIO connector (Male)
    -- 5 Analog ATMega328 pins (Male)
    -- 5 Digital ATMega328 pins (Male)
    -- 5V DC barrel plug (Female)
    * Power adapter

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    Cover the several rooms in your home.

    Be among the first to have an open source AI to do your bidding. These are production devices in a retail box ready to be turned on and integrated into your daily life.

    Includes:
    * Mycroft unit
    -- Enclosure with custom LED display
    -- Raspberry Pi 2
    -- WiFi
    * Standard Mycroft backplate:
    -- Ethernet port (RJ45)
    -- 5V DC barrel plug (Female)
    * Power adapter

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    MYCROFT EXTENDABLE 3-PAK

    Cover several rooms in your home with an extendable version of Mycroft.

    Mycroft's extendable version includes a backplate that allows you to easily access the Raspberry Pi 2's HDMI port, 40 pin GPIO header and one USB port. It also includes stereo RCA output ports and access to 5 analog and 5 digital pins on the ATMega328 microcontroller used to drive the display.

    This version of Mycroft is designed to be extended, altered, modified and hacked. Use it to drive a TV, stereo system, robot or even a drone. The possibilities are endless.

    This is a production Mycroft unit in a retail box ready to be turned on and integrated into your daily life.

    Includes:
    * Mycroft unit
    -- Enclosure with custom LED display
    -- Raspberry Pi 2
    -- WiFi
    * Extendable Mycroft backplate:
    -- Ethernet port (RJ45)
    -- HDMI port (Female)
    -- RCA ports (Female)
    -- USB port (USB A Female)
    -- 40 pin GPIO connector (Male)
    -- 5 Analog ATMega328 pins (Male)
    -- 5 Digital ATMega328 pins (Male)
    -- 5V DC barrel plug (Female)
    * Power adapter

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    Cover the major rooms in your home at a sizable discount.

    Be among the first to have an open source AI to do your bidding. These are production devices in a retail box ready to be turned on and integrated into your daily life.

    Includes:
    * Mycroft unit
    -- Enclosure with custom LED display
    -- Raspberry Pi 2
    -- WiFi
    * Standard Mycroft backplate:
    -- Ethernet port (RJ45)
    -- 5V DC barrel plug (Female)
    * Power adapter

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    MYCROFT EXTENDABLE 5-PAK

    Cover the major rooms in your home with an extendable version of Mycroft at a sizable discount.

    Mycroft's extendable version includes a backplate that allows you to easily access the Raspberry Pi 2's HDMI port, 40 pin GPIO header and one USB port. It also includes stereo RCA output ports and access to 5 analog and 5 digital pins on the ATMega328 microcontroller used to drive the display.

    This version of Mycroft is designed to be extended, altered, modified and hacked. Use it to drive a TV, stereo system, robot or even a drone. The possibilities are endless.

    This is a production Mycroft unit in a retail box ready to be turned on and integrated into your daily life.

    Includes:
    * Mycroft unit
    -- Enclosure with custom LED display
    -- Raspberry Pi 2
    -- WiFi
    * Extendable Mycroft backplate:
    -- Ethernet port (RJ45)
    -- HDMI port (Female)
    -- RCA ports (Female)
    -- USB port (USB A Female)
    -- 40 pin GPIO connector (Male)
    -- 5 Analog ATMega328 pins (Male)
    -- 5 Digital ATMega328 pins (Male)
    -- 5V DC barrel plug (Female)
    * Power adapter

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    SPONSORSHIP

    Sponsor our open source effort and add your name or logo to the Mycroft website's sponsor page.

    Sponsors will also be able to include a short bio (corporate or personal) in Mycroft's long term memory. Mycroft users who ask about you or your company will hear your bio.

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    SENIOR SPONSORSHIP

    Sponsor our open source effort and add your name or logo to the front page as well as the sponsor's page of the Mycroft website.

    Sponsors will also be able to include a short bio (corporate or personal) in Mycroft's long term memory. Mycroft users who ask about you or your company will hear your bio.

    Sponsors will also get early access to Mycroft's source code (April 2016) and can opt to have one paragraph description of included in the first 10,000 Mycroft retail boxes.

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