CORSAIR announces a partnership with Dutch multinational lighting company Signify (formerly Philips Lighting, renamed in 2018), allowing players to control Philips Hue smart bulbs and light strips through CORSAIR iCUE software’s RGB customization and synchronization technology, which integrates the lighting effects of the equipment and the room.
Said by Corsair that the iCUE software can directly control the Philips Hue light set from the PC. And players only need to set the Philips Hue integration to “on” in the iCUE settings. And iCUE will automatically recognize the Philips Hue light fixtures. After the recognition is successful, the player can then Customize Philips Hue bulbs, strips, and other Philips Hue RGB lighting for a more immersive and colorful environment.
CORSAIR notes that, like all iCUE-compatible RGB devices. Philips Hue light sets can be set to light scenes such as rainbow waves and color pulses. Or synchronized with other RGB devices to dynamically respond to keyboard or system temperature. In addition, the Philips Hue light set can also react to the player’s CPU temperature. Prompting to receive notifications or in-game prompts to change on game consoles that provide corresponding support.
Kevin Wasielewski, Senior Director of Alliance Partnerships at CORSAIR said: “Philips Hue is an innovative industry leader in creating smart whole-room lighting experiences, and we are excited to bring CORSAIR iCUE and Philips Hue together. With the ease of use of iCUE, changing Entire room lighting is made simple. Almost all of the Philips Hue smart lighting product line can now be controlled directly from the player’s desktop, and players can use iCUE software with Philips Hue to create their favorite RGB lighting environment.”
CORSAIR revealed the corresponding functions for the Philips Hue Play gradient light tube. The Philips Hue gradient Signe light group will also be launched in the near future.