- Tell VOCO What You Want To Listen To
Wi-Fi music system uses voice activated Android app to control your music.
Today I received a press release for VOCO, an IP music system operated by voice control.
I was skeptical at first. OK, I’m still skeptical because I haven’t actually seen the system yet, but the more I think about it the more I like the idea.
Imagine walking into a room where your kids are blasting the Glee soundtrack and all you have to do is shout, “Turn that down,” and voilà, the volume goes down.
Of course it’s not as simple as that. The voice control comes via an app on your Android smartphone or tablet (iPad/.iPhone app coming later), so you still have to pull out your device, open the app, and then tell it what to do. You probably have to speak slowly too, but I really don’t know yet.
- German iPod-Based VooMote Controller Now Available
The VooMote One is now selling at Amazon, Best Buy, B&H, BrandsMart, and other retailers.
Now you have another reason to justify that new iPod or iPhone purchase. Berlin-based company Zero1.tv has announced that its VooMote One control solution is now available nationwide.
The VooMote One snaps right to your portable, and uses a compatible (and free!) app to turn that device into a remote control for devices all over the house. No PC is necessary to control TVs, DVD players, and other electronics. According to the company, it can be paired with almost any infrared-controlled device.
From there, you can create personalized remote control layouts, which allow you to create a chain of commands with one click.
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