Imagine creating an application for a device that can see through solid objects and then being able to control it with your voice.
Radio frequency technology has been around for a long time. From enabling us to listen to the radio to giving us wireless communication, RF is rapidly evolving in new surprising and exciting ways!
You may have already met Walabot through their past community contest: a programmable 3D imaging sensor that sees through objects using radio frequency technology and brings highly sophisticated sensing capabilities to your fingertips!
If you don’t have an Amazon Alexa device, use the Alexa Skills Kit (ASK) to build your knowledge base, tap the self-service APIs, documentation, templates and code samples that get developers on the fast track to publishing Skills.
Walabot’s functionality works by transmitting, receiving and recording signals from multiple antennas. The broadband recordings from antenna pairs are analyzed to reconstruct a three-dimensional image of the environment.
This opens the possibility to develop Alexa Skills for Walabot in many fields including 3D imaging through solid objects, target tracking, breath detection and many more