Shubham
Created May 7, 2020 © GPL3+

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Get control of your anxiety depression with our solution. Helping menopausal woman.

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Things used in this project

Hardware components

MATRIX Creator
MATRIX Labs MATRIX Creator
Thanking matrix and hackster community for the free hardware. a fully-featured development board, including sensors, wireless communications, and an FPGA.
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Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
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SG90 Micro-servo motor
SG90 Micro-servo motor
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Software apps and online services

Raspbian
Raspberry Pi Raspbian
Rhasspy

Hand tools and fabrication machines

10 Pc. Jumper Wire Kit, 5 cm Long
10 Pc. Jumper Wire Kit, 5 cm Long

Story

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Schematics

Matrix Creator pin layout

Raspberry pi 3B+ pin layout with matrix creator

Matrix Creator

Code

Python_giphy_client_integration.py

Python
Integrate giphy to show GIFs in the application
import time
import giphy_client
from giphy_client.rest import ApiException
#import webbrowser
import json
#import os
import random
import subprocess #To check wether we get the desired GIF or not.

#this function is not necessary as we will show the webpage in pyqt application for the final.
def show_gif(data):
    p = subprocess.Popen(["chromium-browser", data])# open the browser
    time.sleep(30)
    p.kill()
    
# emotion stores the sentences to be searched d trend stores whether to show trending video or not.
def giphy_integration(emotion, trend):
    # create an instance of the API class
    api_instance = giphy_client.DefaultApi()
    api_key = 'r43Tm0MNfDDSz1Rqzi2cBS7ry4lxS8Ep' # str | Giphy API Key.
    q = emotion # str | Search query term or phrase.
    limit = 90 # int | The maximum number of records to return. (optional) (default to 25)
    offset = 0 # int | An optional results offset. Defaults to 0. (optional) (default to 0)
    rating = 'g' # str | Filters results by specified rating. (optional)
    lang = 'en' # str | Specify default country for regional content; use a 2-letter ISO 639-1 country code. See list of supported languages <a href = \"../language-support\">here</a>. (optional)
    fmt = 'json' # str | Used to indicate the expected response format. Default is Json. (optional) (default to json)
    ran = random.choice([1, 2, 3, 4, 5])
    print(ran)
    category = 'motivation'
    
    try:
        # Search Endpoint
        if trend == 0:
            if ran == 1:
                api_response = api_instance.gifs_search_get(api_key, q, limit=limit, offset=offset, rating=rating, lang=lang, fmt=fmt)
                api_response= str(api_response.data).split()
                api_response= api_response[9:10]
                api_response= str(api_response)
                api_response= api_response[3:-4]
                print(api_response)
                return(api_response)
            elif ran == 2:
                 # Search Endpoint
                api_response = api_instance.gifs_translate_get(api_key, q)
                api_response = api_response.data.embed_url
                print(api_response)
                return(api_response)
            elif ran == 3:
                api_response = api_instance.gifs_categories_category_tag_get(api_key, category, tag=emotion, limit=limit, offset=offset)
                api_response = str(api_response.data).split()
                api_response = api_response[9:10]
                api_response = str(api_response)
                api_response = api_response[3:-4]
                print(api_response)
                return(api_response)
            elif ran == 4:
                api_response = api_instance.gifs_random_get(api_key, tag=emotion, rating=rating, fmt=fmt)
                api_response = api_response.data.image_url
                print(api_response)
                return(api_response)
            elif ran == 5:
                api_response = api_instance.gifs_translate_get(api_key, emotion)
                api_response = api_response.data.embed_url
                print(api_response)
                return(api_response)
        elif trend == 1:
            api_response = api_instance.gifs_trending_get(api_key, limit=limit, rating=rating, fmt=fmt)
            api_response = str(api_response.data).split()
            api_response = api_response[9:10]
            api_response = str(api_response)
            api_response = api_response[3:-4]
            print(api_response)
            return(api_response)
            
    except ApiException as e:
        print("Exception when calling DefaultApi->gifs_search_get: %s\n" % e)

Control.py

Python
Code the servos and various patterns for the menopausal symptoms
from matrix_lite import gpio
from matrix_lite import led
from time import sleep
from math import pi, sin
import random

# Tell pin 3 and pin 4 to set servo to 0 degrees
gpio.setFunction(3, 'PWM')
gpio.setFunction(4, 'PWM')
gpio.setMode(3, 'output')
gpio.setMode(4, 'output')

everloop = ['black'] * led.length

ledAdjust = 0.0
if len(everloop) == 35:
    ledAdjust = 0.51 # MATRIX Creator
else:
    ledAdjust = 1.01 # MATRIX Voice



def initial_position():
    gpio.setServoAngle({
        "pin": 3,
        "angle": 0,
        # min_pulse_ms (minimum pulse width for a PWM wave in milliseconds)
        "min_pulse_ms": 0.8,
    })
    gpio.setServoAngle({
        "pin": 4,
        "angle": 0,
        # min_pulse_ms (minimum pulse width for a PWM wave in milliseconds)
        "min_pulse_ms": 0.8,
    })
    
def change_position():
    initial_position()
    sleep(1)
    gpio.setServoAngle({
        "pin": 3,
        "angle": 150,
        # min_pulse_ms (minimum pulse width for a PWM wave in milliseconds)
        "min_pulse_ms": 0.8,
    })
    gpio.setServoAngle({
        "pin": 4,
        "angle": 150,
        # min_pulse_ms (minimum pulse width for a PWM wave in milliseconds)
        "min_pulse_ms": 0.8,
    })
    sleep(2)
    initial_position()
    

def sleep_pattern():
    #frequency1 = random.uniform(0.0, 1.0)
    frequency1 = 0.00375
    print(frequency1)
    counter = 0.0
    tick = len(everloop) - 1
    c=1
    while (c<4000):
        # Create pattern
        for i in range(len(everloop)):
            r = round(max(0, (sin(frequency1*counter+(pi/180*240))*155+100)/2))
            counter += ledAdjust

            everloop[i] = {'r':r}

        # Slowly show the pattern
        if tick != 0:
            for i in reversed(range(tick)):
                everloop[i] = {}
            tick -= 1

        led.set(everloop)
        c = c+1
        #print(c)
        sleep(.035)
    led.set('black')
    
def classic_pattern():
    frequency1 = 0.9947961070906801
    print(frequency1)
    #frequency1 = 0.0375 
    counter = 0.0
    tick = len(everloop) - 1
    c=1
    #inten = random.randint(1,10)
    inten = 10
    
    while (c<4000):
        # Create pattern
        for i in range(len(everloop)):
            r = round(max(0, (sin(frequency1*counter+(pi/180*240))*155+100)/inten))
            g = round(max(0, (sin(frequency1*counter+(pi/180*120))*155+100)/inten))
            b = round(max(0, (sin(frequency1*counter)*155+100)/inten))

            counter += ledAdjust

            everloop[i] = {'r':r, 'g':g, 'b':b}

        # Slowly show rainbow
        if tick != 0:
            for i in reversed(range(tick)):
                everloop[i] = {}
            tick -= 1

        led.set(everloop)
        c = c+1
        #print(c)
        sleep(.035)
    led.set('black')

play_video_in_pyqt.py

Python
To play video in pyqt application as we can call late function with the video-file name.
import platform
#import os
import sys
from PyQt5 import QtWidgets, QtGui, QtCore
import vlc
from time import sleep

process = []

class Player(QtWidgets.QMainWindow):
    
    def __init__(self, data, master=None):
        QtWidgets.QMainWindow.__init__(self, master)

        # Create a basic vlc instance
        self.instance = vlc.Instance()

        self.media = None

        # Create an empty vlc media player
        self.mediaplayer = self.instance.media_player_new()
        self.widget = QtWidgets.QWidget(self)
        self.setCentralWidget(self.widget)

        # In this widget, the video will be drawn
        if platform.system() == "Darwin": # for MacOS
            self.videoframe = QtWidgets.QMacCocoaViewContainer(0)
        else:
            self.videoframe = QtWidgets.QFrame()

        self.palette = self.videoframe.palette()
        self.palette.setColor(QtGui.QPalette.Window, QtGui.QColor(150, 60, 25))
        self.videoframe.setPalette(self.palette)
        self.videoframe.setAutoFillBackground(True)

        self.vboxlayout = QtWidgets.QVBoxLayout()
        self.vboxlayout.addWidget(self.videoframe)
        
        self.widget.setLayout(self.vboxlayout)

        filename = '/home/pi/Desktop/Hacking Menopause/'+data, 'All Files (*)'

        self.media = self.instance.media_new(filename[0])

        self.mediaplayer.set_media(self.media)

        self.media.parse()

        # Set the title of the track as window title
        self.setWindowTitle('For You')

        # The media player has to be 'connected' to the QFrame (otherwise the
        # video would be displayed in it's own window). This is platform
        # specific, so we must give the ID of the QFrame (or similar object) to
        # vlc. Different platforms have different functions for this
        if platform.system() == "Linux": # for Linux using the X Server
            self.mediaplayer.set_xwindow(int(self.videoframe.winId()))
        elif platform.system() == "Windows": # for Windows
            self.mediaplayer.set_hwnd(int(self.videoframe.winId()))
        elif platform.system() == "Darwin": # for MacOS
            self.mediaplayer.set_nsobject(int(self.videoframe.winId()))
        
        #sleep(1.5)
        self.mediaplayer.play()
        sleep(1.5) # startup time.
        duration = self.mediaplayer.get_length() / 1000
        print(duration)
        process.append(duration)
        
    
        

def late(da):
    app = QtWidgets.QApplication(sys.argv)
    player = Player(da)
    player.showMaximized()
    
    app.exec_()

app.py

Python
Main file to talk with websocket and connects with rhasspy.
import websocket
import requests
import json
from matrix_lite import led
import gpio_control as gpi
import vlc

def say(text):
    url = "http://localhost:12101/api/text-to-speech"
    requests.post(url, text)

# Intents are passed through here
def on_message(ws, message):
    data = json.loads(message)
    print("**Captured New Intent**")
    print(data)
    
    #anyone is free to modify according to their favourable statement as I have trained very few so I am omitting the condition. Modify acc. to the below pattern. 
    #if ("GetSleep" == data["intent"]["name"]):
     #   led.set(data["slots"]["color"])
      #  say("Device changed to: " + data["slots"]["color"])

def on_error(ws, error):
    print(error)

def on_close(ws):
    print("\n**Disconnected**\n")

def on_open(ws):
    print("\n**Connected**\n")

# Start web socket client
if __name__ == "__main__":
    ws = websocket.WebSocketApp("ws://localhost:12101/api/events/intent",
                              on_message = on_message,
                              on_error = on_error,
                              on_close = on_close)
    ws.on_open = on_open
    ws.run_forever()

play_music.py

Python
Simply use the python-vlc.
import vlc
def play_music(file):
  p = vlc.MediaPlayer(file)
  p.play()

view_giphy_in_pyqt.py

Python
import sys
from PyQt5 import QtCore, QtGui, QtWidgets
from PyQt5.QtCore import *
from PyQt5.QtGui import *
from PyQt5.QtWidgets import *
from PyQt5.QtWebKit import *
from PyQt5.QtWebKitWidgets import *
from PyQt5.QtWidgets import QApplication, QWidget, QMainWindow

def view_giphy(file):
    app = QApplication(sys.argv)
    web = QWebView()
    web.setUrl(QUrl(file))
    #web.load(QUrl(file))
    web.showMaximized()
    app.exec()

Credits

Shubham

Shubham

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Turned 18 and can't resist myself from learning and using AI. Learning to tackle global problems.

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