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How to Make a DIY Siri-Controlled Wi-Fi Light

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HomeKit is finally out in the wild, enabling voice control through Siri for a handful of consumer smart home devices. Sadly, I mean a literal handful – anything you’ve already bought probably isn’t compatible. However, the protocol has already been reverse engineered and an open source emulator for the Homekit API is availble: or in plain English, you can now create “fake” HomeKit devices, and Siri will control them just like any other official HomeKit accessory. Today, we’re going to create a Wi-Fi controllable light, and control it with Siri. Here’s a demo. Here’s what you’ll need: Raspberry Pi (I’ve used an RPi2,...

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