Peter pretends to be a lost soul that answers any question he is asked, similar to the Ouija Game.
Our friends will be astonished when Peter answers to them what kind of clothes are they wearing, what they are holding in their hands or any personal question they want to ask.
This program surprises even the most skeptics and makes them find weird explanations.
Even the less superstitious persons will be frozen when Peter answers all of their questions.
Peter Answers is a joke that you can do to others, as if it were a magic trick. It’s useless to play it alone, because in order to make it answer, we need to know a trick.
So... how is it possible for this program to answer accurately to any question we make to it? Ok, let’s see the trick...
When you are not using the trick, a syntax analyzer interprets the most frequently asked questions, and derivates the answer to a subgroup of possible phrases.
Finally, a mathematic function randomly selects one of them, trying to answer (or avoid) the question the best way as possible.
An entry phrases analyzer validates the structure of the inserted text, both for the petition and the question. At the same time, it permits a certain tolerance to grammatical errors.
The spiritual connection is not always made with Peter. Instead, some other names may appear, simulating that they are the ones that answers the questions inserted by the medium.