Recently, rumors has circulated about a Swedish hacked name Bjorn Mabro who’s successfully embedded Apple’s Siri application into his Canon 5D Mark II. This hacker, who is also a robotics student, claimed that the Siri feature in his DSLR responds to 124 commands in different voices. These commands range from the simple shutter release to the menu settings.
This feature officially available exclusively for Apple’s newest 4S iPhone were tweaked to work in a digital camera. Siri’s become an application of high interest because it’s able to communicate very well with humans. The female voiced Siri becomes a digital assistant that you can actually have conversations with.
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