We have already reported about the Nanoleaf 4D Screen Mirror + Lightstrip Kit. The camera detects the colors displayed on the TV or display and automatically adjusts Nanoleaf’s lighting. Various starter kits can now be pre-ordered via the manufacturer’s online store.
If you want to improve your TV or gaming experience, various manufacturers now offer the linking of the colours of the TV picture with lamps. Philips Hue was a pioneer here with Ambilight and has had a retrofit solution in its lineup for quite some time with the Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip and the HDMI Sync Box. The advantage: The illuminants can also be controlled via Apple Home. However, Govee also offers a corresponding solution.
Meanwhile, the Nanoleaf 4D Screen Mirror + Lightstrip Kit is another option that, like Govee, uses a camera to detect the colors displayed. These can then be synchronized with the light strip as well as with over 50 light sources from Nanoleaf.
You can get the new device for TVs and monitors up to 65″ or 85″ or, if you want to do without the light strip, the camera individually in Nanoleaf’s online store.