You can even use a voice assistant, such as Siri or Alexa, to change the scene.
It can make for amazing, almost interactive surroundings when watching a film, TV show or playing a game. However, until now, unless you have a Philips Ambilight TV - or played one or two specific Xbox One games - you haven't been able to properly sync your room lighting with your entertainment enjoyment.
That's changing. Philips Lighting has announced a developers kit that third-party manufacturers can utilise in order to get their kit to send lighting commands to Hue systems. That way, your lights can match the action on screen, immersing you into your movie, show or game more than ever before.
Here then is everything you need to know about Philips Hue Entertainment.Advertisement