Philips Hue lights can now replicate what’s on your PC

Lights will change based on what’s on your monitor.
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Lights will change based on what’s on your monitor.
Smart lights may not make sense to everyone, till you actually get one.

Smart lights may not make sense to everyone, till you actually get one.

Smart lights may not make sense to everyone, till you actually get one. And Philips’ new additions to Hue may be just what you need. The company today announced that its Philips Hue lights will be able to replicate colours from anything that’s playing on your computer. That includes anything from games to images, movies and more.

Philips Hue lights will be able to replicate colours from anything that’s playing on your computer.

The feature can be controlled through the Hue Sync app, which will be available on both Windows 10 and macOS High Sierra.

According to Philips, the feature will apply to pretty much everything you do on your PC. The lights will apparently change even if you’re browsing web pages and scrolling through them. If you’re playing music, and can react to music being played. You can control the intensity of this through a dial on the app.

Further, the company is also planning to come out with a bunch of outdoor lights this summer. While details of this are scarce at the moment, they’re meant to be for both security and aesthetic purposes.