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Thread: Nanoleaf Aurora Smart Lights

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    Nanoleaf Aurora Smart Lights

    Wow. Want.

    Get that weak shit off my track

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    Forgive me for being a dullard; what do they do?

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    They are RGB light panels that can individually vary their color, brightness, and pattern. They can be controlled via app, with premade, user made, or community made patterns. They can be connected in any configuration with any number, and the app will automatically detect the configuration. Multiple patterns can be saved and switched between, in the app or via outside triggers like voice commands, motion detectors, etc. Also, with a $30 add-on, they can pulse/flow along to any music in the room.
    Get that weak shit off my track

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    Can you connect millions of them together and make a giant city-sized TV?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rare White Ape View Post
    Can you connect millions of them together and make a giant city-sized TV?
    Do you have a giant sized PS4??

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    Neat for commercial applications, I'm not sure about their benefit to a residence.
    acket.

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    Sheesh, couldn't you have put it in the proper place?

    http://gtxforums.net/showthread.php?...-Echo-)/page19

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaultyMario View Post
    Neat for commercial applications, I'm not sure about their benefit to a residence.
    This is what I was asking. I watched the video and understood what it did, per se. But what would I use it for? I think it's neat how it recognizes its own configuration.

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    What do you use other lights for?
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    For lighting a room. These seem decorative, not functional. Entertainment industry application, I guess.

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