Philips light bulbs controlled by Smartphone

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The Philips company let out tools of the developer for Hue — personal wireless system of lighting.
[ad name=”Google Adsense-3 11″] This system started its operation from October 2012. The tools will allow the programmers to create applications for iOS, also will help the producers of devices to produce household appliances supporting the work with system. In spite of the fact that the tools started using only on March 11, some developers had issued programs for Hue before this date. One of such programs, Ambify, forces lamps of Hue to change color of a luminescence in a step to music. Hue includes three LED lamps and the Wi-fi module. By installing the free program, the user can operate the Philips light bulbs from the Smartphone or a tablet. It is possible to change, for example, color and brightness of a luminescence or to include or switch off Philips light bulbs, being outside the apartment. The price of system is $199,95,the price for the additional lamps is $59. By the words of Philips, the life of Philips light bulbs is 15 thousand hours.

source:www.lighting.philips.com

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