“I used an older Arduino simply because I wanted a quick and dirty 3.3v source for the iphone to arduino serial interface. The perfboard has a tip120 to drive the remote start, all the interface wiring for the car, power supply and the iphone interface.”
Finally voice command is usable, gone are the days where it is just a novelty. Now we can free our hands to do other things while we dictate to our new friend call Siri who lives in our iPhone 4S. It is nice to be able to dictate email and text messages, the other voice commands to play music is also great. But it doesn’t end there. Remember the Apple iPod Touch that we saw controlling Dave Phipps 1969 Pontiac GTO? Well take that idea and expand it with voice gives you the hack by Brandon Fiquett which allows you to link to your Viper remote control and command it by voice to start your car, stop your car, pop the trunk, lock and unlock your car. What’s next? Siri drive me to work?
“The video first shows the iPhone’s AirPlane mode activated before starting an OpenGL-ES Demo. In the demo, the orientation of the virtual WiiMote is controlled by a physical WiiMote over a Bluetooth connection.”