Signify, a Philips manufacturer of lightening products, announced that Philips Hue Lights are now connected with Spotify, allowing for a more customized and beautiful experience. The device includes an algorithm that will analyze the metadata of music playing on Spotify that will trigger the lights to dance to the rhythm.
Users can start and stop sync, change the brightness and intensity of the lights, or choose a palette to change the colors of the lights.
The Philips Hue Lightbulbs are expected to “flash, dim, brighten, and color change along with the beat, mood, genre, and tempo of any music on Spotify”. This new feature is free for users who own color-capable Philips Hue Lights and a Hue Bridge. It will be made available globally on the Philips Hue App 4 from September 1. The new feature will allow users to have the perfect kind of party, with the lights and music synchronizing together, creating an unforgettable experience for everyone.
Just last Wednesday, Signify launched new products including Philips Hue Play gradient light tube, which will blend different colors in one lamp, which can be positioned above or below your TV. Other products released were the Philips Hue gradient Signe Floor and table lamps, Philips Hue ambiance gradient lightstrip and Philips Hue Filament bulbs in White ambiance.
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