Awesome! Siri Can be Ordered to Close Garage

Thanks to the presence of Siri, users can command in his voice iDevice. Well, in the hands of a developer, the voice assistant feature may be ordered not only for iOS devices only.

Through YouTube account named Elvis Impresonator, this guy shows how Siri can be instructed to open and close the garage, turned off the lights, adjust the temperature to change the state TV channel.

Excerpted from The Next Web, Thursday (07/01/2013), the engineering is done with the help of the Raspberry Pi, through the SiriProxy. So all of these commands are recorded and delivered through the device to execute the command.

Raspberry Pi is a computer device that is made in such a way, but much smaller in size than the computer in general. In fact, the size of this device is nothing more than an ID card.

“I have been following developments since the appearance SiriProxy beginning in November 2011 and even meninstal the Marvell SheevaPlug ARM-based computers,” wrote the YouTube account.

“I spent countless nights to memujudkan ability to use voice commands to control my home,” he said.

Siri Greets New iPad, But Not old iPad

New iPadSiri voice command feature so far is only in the smartphone iPhone 4S. But that exclusivity will be lost because Apple sure Siri will come also to the new iPad tablet computer. In the 2012 WWDC event, Apple announced that Siri will be used in third generation iPad.

When the user will download the IOS operating system 6 in the new iPad, it will automatically be using the Siri. But certainly not the previous generation iPad will be greeted by Siri. Apple has not announced exactly when the IOS-6 may be downloaded, but reportedly sometime in September 2012.

Siri feature alone now has more sophisticated capabilities. For example, he can answer more questions. “Siri has studied many things,” said Scott Frostal, Apple Senior Vice President of the quotation from the Washington Post, Tuesday (12/11/2012).