PyBadge & TensorFlow Lite

3D print a case with a flip out mic! This case is designed for the TensorFlow Lite Kit. Use the Adafruit PyBadge, battery and microphone to build a machine learning project!

Prerequisite Guides

This guide covers the wiring and assembly. Walk through the following learn guide to get the software setup on your PyBadge.

Parts

The TensorFlow Lite for microcontroller kit includes the following

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Other Materials Used

1 x Starbond Super Glue
EM-150 Medium
1 x Hot Glue
For strain relief on wired connections

This guide was first published on Jul 24, 2019. It was last updated on Jul 24, 2019.

This page (Overview) was last updated on Nov 06, 2020.