Siri controlling my room via SiriProxy





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Uploaded on Nov 24, 2011

Using SiriProxy I am able to control any of the devices in my house. This is 100% real! Watch my other videos to see my curtains controlled other ways, and other things I have hooked into Siri. I only have two hands. One is holding the camera (ipod touch) and one is holding my iPhone4S.

These are a couple things I can do in my room so far. I can turn on/off any light, my fan, my monitors, and open and close my curtains. This works for my whole house, not just my room. Pandora control, IR commands, VLC Library control, Mountain weather reports and more coming soon! Subscribe to be the first to hear about new videos!

How this works:
I have OSX Lion running in VMWare, MaraDNS routing guzzoni.apple.com, and a ruby gem that directs commands back to a C# server I have written for my iphone app (see other videos) and dual purposed for Siri :)
The C# server talks to directly to the X10 interface via CM15a.
X10 is what controls the fan and lights.
The curtains are opened/closed using some pieces from an old robotics kit and using an arduino to power it all. It can respond to X10, RFID, and physical buttons as well. See my videos for a walkthrough


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