Turn Your Gaming Sessions Into a Mini Laser Light Show
Philips Hue and Razer are teaming up to turn your next gaming session into a mini laser light show (but you'll have to supply your own Pink Floyd). They're integrating the Philips Hue Entertainment API and tools with the Razer Chroma lighting ecosystem. This means gamers will be able to sync their smart lighting with their Razer Chroma-enable peripherals to create lighting effects while they play. If you want to try it out, you'll need a Philips Hue V2 bridge, Philips Hue color-capable lights, and the latest Philips Hue app software update. Then, you'll need to add the Philips Hue functionality via the Razer Synapse 3 software, available for free with every compatible Razer device starting today.