The company says the app, called Hue Sync, will let allow customers to create “immediate, immersive light scripts for any game, movie or music played on the computer, so consumers can enjoy the content they are playing, watching or listening to even more.”
“Since the start, Philips Hue has been about turning everyday lighting into extraordinary experiences. We are taking this to the next level with the rollout of Hue Entertainment, the announcement of our first content partner and the upcoming launch of the Hue Sync app,” said Chris Worp, Business Group Leader Home, Philips Lighting, in a press release.
Also coming is a redesign of the Hue iOS and Android mobile apps, which will “improve daily use, and ensure seamless setup and integration of Hue accessories and new Philips Hue Entertainment partnership integrations.”
The Hue 3.0 mobile app will also let customers quickly access last used scenes, while also group lights and pick desired colour temperature or colour.
Coming in summer 2018, Philips says a Hue line up will debut for outdoor lighting.
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