Everything’s voice-activated these days — even the kitchen sink.
The Delta Faucet Company announced Friday it’s developing faucets that respond to voice commands. Along with turning off and on, they’ll be able to measure amounts of water for cooking, and warm water, too.
It’s all possible thanks to Wi-Fi and Amazon Alexa.
Mike Sale, Delta Faucet’s senior research and design product development manager, said in a call this week that the sink designers took a page from early voice-enabled lights and HVAC systems that could turn on with a simple command. Read more…