Philips would like to & # 039; to make Hue smart lamps work via Xbox

Philips Hue is a smart lighting system that can improve the atmosphere in your room by adapting the ambient light to the colors displayed on your television. Although the system supports PC, the Xbox One has been omitted for some reason. However, it seems that this will soon change, as the official Philips Hue Twitter account confirmed that it was working on bringing mood lighting to Xbox One.

When asked whether Philips Hue would ever support Xbox One, the company said: "We want to make Hue Sync available on as many platforms as possible, we started with PC and Mac because we can do this ourselves, to switch to other platforms we need to be closely cooperate with other companies. We are working on it, we just need some time. "

Hopefully Philips is already working with Microsoft to make this possible. We have used Philips Hue in the past and it really makes a difference when you watch a movie or play a game. Unfortunately you need a PC or Mac to do this right now, and playing on a monitor is not the ideal experience.

It is unclear how long Philips has been working on Hue Sync for Xbox One, but "at a certain time" can take months at this time. Given that the next generation of consoles are around the corner, let's hope the country lands before 2020. However, there are rumors that all Xbox One apps also work on future machines, so as soon as it is available, it may be available in the future.
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