The Philips Hue line of sensible bulbs is rising at this time with the addition of a bunch of latest lights, strips, and lamps. There’s a bunch of stuff, so right here’s a fast rundown:
- New filament bulbs that may change coloration temperature (plus a brand new candle form for filament bulbs)
- Brighter choices (75 watt and 100 watt equal) for color-temperature altering and full coloration variations of the usual Hue bulbs
- A “gentle tube” for illuminating round your TV (it’s meant to sync the colours to what’s on display screen)
- Enhanced variations of the Signe ground and desk lamps that may show a number of colours without delay
- An upgraded TV-focused lightstrip, the “Hue ambiance gradient lightstrip,” which might likewise show a number of colours on the similar time
- A brand new ceiling gentle known as Infuse that may change colours and throws a bit of sunshine up onto the ceiling
The merchandise are rolling out over the approaching months, with some configurations of the brighter bulbs and filament bulbs accessible immediately, the lightstrip and lamps coming in October, and the sunshine tube coming and ceiling coming in January.
Signify, which makes the Hue lineup, can be releasing a Hue app replace at this time that’ll permit for “dynamic scenes,” which let lights frequently shift colours. Later this fall, the corporate plans to launch a “pure gentle” scene that’ll let your lights alter their coloration temperature all through the day to imitate the sunshine of the solar, with cooler tones within the morning and hotter tones on the finish of the day.
The Hue Play HDMI sync field, which syncs lights along with your TV display screen, can be getting an replace later this fall to help 120Hz gaming. Sadly, it’ll solely help as much as 1440p decision at that prime refresh fee, so that you’ll have to decide on what to prioritize. The field already helps 4K gaming however at solely 60Hz.
Along with the brand new bulbs, Signify additionally introduced a partnership with Spotify to sync your lights to whatever music you have playing.