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Presence Mimicking could be firmly integrated into the Hue app So far only available in Hue Labs

So far only available in Hue Labs

What scares off burglars the most App? When it looks like someone is at home in a house. And what’s the best way to achieve that? With light. Philips Hue knows this too, because it is not for nothing that the function “Advanced presence mimicking” is available via Hue Labs. The function is explained there as follows: “Turn on the Presence mimicking Formula to make it look like you are at home with light.

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Hue Labs: New animations and scenes for autumn released Festival of lights and Autumn living scenes

Festival of lights and Autumn living scenes

In the official Hue App there is an area called Hue Labs, which is worth a look every now and then. There Philips Hue provides some experimental and seasonal features that have not yet found a permanent place in the Hue app. We are currently working on two new formulas that will make your home shine in an autumnal light.

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These are the seven most successful Hue Labs formulas More than 1.6 million installations

More than 1.6 million installations

I’m sure you’ve stumbled across Hue Labs before. This special section of the Philips Hue App often contains special, useful and nice beta features that have not yet become an integral part of the Hue App. This way you get additional functions for lamps, sensors and switches to get even more out of the Hue system.

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Video-Guide: The Hue Labs formulas “Cooking Timer” and “Colorloop Try it yourself

Try it yourself

The German manufacturer Senic offers a practical Friends of Hue switch and provides us and you with practical tutorial videos. We would like to take a look at the two newest videos. Hue Labs: Cooking Timer In the Hue Labs section you will find the “Cooking Timer”. In the settings you can define a timer and set how and which lamp should blink when it expires.

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Formula: Stop Philips Hue motion detector from interfering with manually switched scenes The Philips Hue motion detector is a fine thing. But there are moments when it should remain inactive.

The Philips Hue motion detector is a fine thing. But there are moments when it should remain inactive.

In my opinion, the Philips Hue motion detector makes a lot of sense, especially in passageways. Instead of switching the light on and off again shortly afterwards, you simply let it do it automatically. But there are also many users who have installed the motion detector in their living room, dining room or kitchen.

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