The Philips Hue is a personal intelligent lighting system that allows you to control the intensity in each environment via the app. Now, Signify (formerly known as Philips Lightning) announces a partnership with Google to integrate Google Assistant voice commands.
That is, now just pair the devices with Google Home use and then adjust the performance of the lamps. How to slow down before sleep comes and activate them naturally to wake you in the morning. This is the first in a series features scheduled shortly.
See how it works in the video:
The launch takes place in March outside. Signify advanced some of the features that will later be part of the platform:
- Single Alarm Synchronization: Users can say “Hey Google, Activate Wake Up Softly” and the lights come in sync with the morning alarms. Every time a new time is set, the lamps simulate the sunrise effect 30 minutes in advance;
- Sleep / Wake Schedule: Users can set their sleep time by saying, “Hey Google, put the lights in sleep mode at 10:00 PM,” switching the lights to a warm white light tone, which gradually fades out over 30 minutes. The same functionality can be used to wake up;
- Direct action: users can instruct the lights immediately, to sleep or wake up, with a duration of 30 minutes;
- Activation Multiple Users: Like the Hue application, Google Home allows you to manage the lights in different rooms, which means you can set the wake-up routine not only for your own room, but also for other environments.
So, what did you think of the novelty?