Those could be smart mirrors, Google Home-like appliances or a teetotaler's favorite robot bartender - the world is your oyster.
This latest feature has been made possible with the help of Google Assistant, a virtual helper, that has been integrated into Google Home and Google's Pixel Phones.
From there, users will be able to say "OK Google, start cooking" to commence sequential steps, on command and repeated when necessary. While you're following the recipe, you can have it play music, ask it about conversions, or tell it to set a timer. As with all Google things, this will be rolling out over the next week or so, so if it's not working for you right now, try it again later. Food Network, Bon Appetit, and The New York Times are among the partners giving Google Home the knowledge it needs to relay step-by-step instructions. Once the user is ready to cook, they will have to use the command "Ok Google, start cooking" or "Ok Google, start recipe". The same can be done with previous steps.
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The Google Assistant SDK includes a gRPC API, a Python open source client that handles authentication and access to the API, samples and documentation. Using the speaker after the recipe is not a hard thing to do. Google Home is now much better at helping out in the kitchen.
The API is completely free if it is a bit of fun you want to have in your own backyard, however, commercializing it will require you to obtain written permission from Google.
Check out a small clip showing the new feature for the Google Home.