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What I would like to see for the Hue Wall Switch Module A night mode should be offered

A night mode should be offered

We still have to wait about a month until the Philips Hue Wall Switch Module finally hits the market. With the small accessory, you will be able to turn classic light switches into Hue light switches in order to be able to switch Philips Hue light bulbs supplied with permanent power.

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Show your Hue: Smart Button wall mount with lighting For DIY enthusiasts and coders

For DIY enthusiasts and coders

Looking for a little news for you guys, I stumbled across a post on Reddit by automation_bot1337 that really fascinated me. He built a mount for the Philips Hue Smart Button with lighting. In addition to craft skills, this also required some knowledge of the Node-Red programming language – and unfortunately I can’t help you any further here at the latest.

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Poll: Will you buy the new Hue wall switch module? Smart light switches thanks to Philips Hue

Smart light switches thanks to Philips Hue

The new Philips Hue wall switch module, which will be available in Europe in the spring and in the USA in the summer, has been the subject of much discussion over the past two weeks. One thing is clear: with the module, you will be able to make every light switch smart in order to control Philips Hue lamps.

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Philips Hue lamps not to receive Thread support Only the bridge will be connected to the standard

Only the bridge will be connected to the standard

Around the announcement of the new products to be launched in the coming months, there was a particularly large amount of commentary on one topic in particular: Thread support. The new standard, which is backed by Apple, Amazon and Google, among others, is intended to make our smart homes even better in the coming years.

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Hue founder George Yianni explains the Gradient Lightstrip This is what the future of the light strip looks like

This is what the future of the light strip looks like

Just over two months ago, the Philips Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip hit the market. It is the perfect partner for the HDMI Sync Box, but in truth there is much more to it. With the light strip that can display multiple colours at the same time, Philips Hue has developed a technology that can bring us a lot more joy in the future – even outside of entertainment mode with the Sync Box.

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Why are there no Christmas lights from Philips Hue? These are the ideas I have in mind

These are the ideas I have in mind

Yesterday I already briefly addressed the topic of Christmas lighting with the DIY project of Hueblog reader Marius, now I would like to intensify it once again. The question of the questions is: Why is there actually no Christmas lighting from Philips Hue? I will certainly not be able to provide you with the answer to this question, because it is hidden in the heads of probably important managers in Eindhoven, where Signify is based.

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The Hue question: What is hanging above your dining table? Flourish pendant luminaire is on its way to me

Flourish pendant luminaire is on its way to me

If you start to equip your home with Philips Hue, after the living room, the kitchen and the bedroom, you will probably end up in the dining room relatively quickly. Today, I would like to explore with you the question of the possibilities above the dining table. At the moment I have a rather simple luminaire with three pendulums, each of which contains a normal Hue White and Color Ambiance.

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Alexa with second bridge: Hue inventor offers simple solution Handling with several bridges should be improved

Handling with several bridges should be improved

Although there are still some workarounds if you want to control several Hue Bridges with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, it is often not really fun. Now my YouTube colleague Justin_Tech learned some interesting details in a video interview with Hue inventor George Yianni, which I would like to share with you.

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Hue weekly: These are the new products from Philips Hue Lamps, Limited Edition and Lightstrip

Lamps, Limited Edition and Lightstrip

This Sunday I can easily look back on the week, as Philips Hue introduced a whole range of new products on Wednesday and Thursday.Nevertheless, we’ll take a look back and see exactly what has happened. These are the new light bulbs It started already on Wednesday with new light bulbs. The filament lamps have become larger and are now also available as Giant Edison and Giant Globe.

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Philips Hue still has something exciting to show You can look forward to the coming week

You can look forward to the coming week

The year 2020 is a very special one, we should all have noticed that by now. Actually, I would have left next week to visit the International Consumer Electronics Fair in Berlin for the tenth time in a row. This year, it is taking place on a much smaller scale and as a pure press event.

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