A new Philips Hue light strip is on the way, and that tape should be mounted to the back of the TV where it can flash and glow with whatever is on display on the screen. The Hue line already has a number of light bars, but this new line – called the Philips Hue Play gradient lightstrip – can display different colors across different parts of the strip, while the old colors were limited to a single color. This should allow for a more immersive effect when installed on your TV.
You will need to purchase some additional equipment in order to make this strip light work. Hue Bridge requires $ 60 and $ 230 Philips Hue Play HDMI Sync Box If you want to use it on your TV or Hue Bridge and Philips Hue Sync app if you want to use it on a PC screen. Fittings are included in the box.
Signify, which makes the Hue System, has been pushing ahead with lighting that integrates with entertainment for years now. The idea is Make movies, TV shows and video games more attractive By having lighting in the room and around the screen that reflects everything that’s happening. I only saw a limited test of the technology: It definitely works, but my initial impression was that it would be distracting if the lights changed too quickly.
The graduated light strip will be available in custom lengths to fit 55-inch to 85-inch televisions and sell for $ 200 to $ 240. It will go on sale on October 16 in the United States.
In addition to the new light bar, Signify today announces some other new products and updates. Philips Hue Iris – a lamp intended to illuminate a nearby wall – is updated with richer colors, brighter output and new finishes. It will sell for $ 100, although new metallic finishes will cost more. Both the white and color versions of the Hue E12 sconce bulbs are updated with Bluetooth as well. The updated Iris will go on sale on October 19, while the updated bulbs will be available immediately.
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