Today at CES, Nucleus demonstrated new Display Cards for Alexa that offer complementary visual content alongside voice responses from the Alexa Voice Service.
For screen-based devices like the Amazon Fire TV with Alexa, Display Cards for Alexa offer the ability to render a “Now Playing” interface for music and books, as well as graphical information for weather, to-do and shopping lists, calendar updates, and Alexa skills when a user engages with Alexa.
Nucleus, which launched its smart anywhere intercom in August 2016, is one of the first products to demonstrate the new visual display capabilities. You can preview Display Cards for Alexa by visiting the Nucleus booth (#40954) located in the Sands, Halls A-D.
Display Cards for Alexa is available through an early access program for select commercial developers. A generally available solution will be available later this year. Request early access here.
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