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Offline adelerobots

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Virtual assistant to control your Vera system
« on: June 26, 2013, 05:17:49 am »
Guys,

If you would like to voice control your Vera system by speaking to an avatar, which may have your own face, your couple's or your child's, please support our Kickstarter project:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/adelerobots/fiona-your-voice-has-never-been-this-powerful-0/

We are working for giving you the most of such a device as:

  • Games for stimulating children's development
  • Tell you the weather forecast
  • Control you home automation system
  • Check the traffic when you need to take your car
  • Be a storyteller for your children
  • Tell you the stock market news
  • Make calls
  • Read the tweets on your Twitter
  • Work as an alarm clock
  • Read the headlines of your favorite news papers
  • Tell you the appointments on your agenda
  • Play your favorite music

Please, visit the project and support us!

Best,

Lucia
« Last Edit: June 26, 2013, 05:19:58 am by adelerobots »

Offline Wekurtz74

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Re: Virtual assistant to control your Vera system
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2013, 07:30:43 am »
Thanks for posting this information.  I read your Kickstarter page.  I like the idea.

I have a question.  Based on what I read, am I correct in my belief that your device will allow users to control WiFi based devices like, for example, the Nest thermostat in addition to our Vera controlled Z-WAVE plugs, thermostats, etc.?  Right now we need developers to create plugins for devices like Nest to work with Vera if we want to control them with a single application.  If your system can work with Vera and these newer WiFi devices, that would eliminate the need for those of us who are not programmers to work with software that we do not fully understand and open up to us a lot of new devices with out abandoning the systems we already have. 

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