Google has been spearheading the convenient home living movement with its voice-connected devices like the Google Home, and more recently, the brand has introduced Paper Signals -- an experimental kit that allows individuals to build voice-controlled objects out of paper.
Paper Signals was released as the latest offering from Google's Voice Experiments, which intends to illustrate "what's possible when you bring open-ended, natural conversation into games, music, storytelling, and more." The kit itself retails for about $25 and requires access to paper, a printer and tape or glue. The innovative system enables the builder to play around with, and tweak the device, eventually creating something from paper that features integrated voice-connected capabilities.
The device demonstrates the expansive potential that connected technology presents.