When Apple first demonstrated Siri to the masses, it certainly looked like it held a lot of promise although if anything, it seemed ever-so-slightly inconvenient that we’d have to take out our phone in order to use it. It’s really not that big of a deal, but what if there was a way to make using Siri more convenient? That’s what Federico Ciccarese thought about when he came up with the iSiri smartwatch concept. We’ve seen tons of smartwatches before and for the most part, they are devices that pair with your smartphone and lets you view basic items like SMS, email, and etc.
What the iSiri does is that it takes it to the next level by allowing you to interact with your phone using Siri simply by speaking into the watch itself. Once Siri has done what you’ve asked, it will communicate the results back to you via the watch as well through the embedded speakers. We suspect that commands might be limited because there’s no display, which means that using device would probably be more for asking questions like what’s the weather like, maybe checking movie times, making restaurant bookings and basically activities that don’t require the user to look at a screen. It’s definitely an interesting idea, maybe a bit novel, but what do you guys think?
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