There are many smart lighting systems out there but Philips Hue is the largest and most popular. Likewise, PC makers are all-in on RGB these days, but Razer Chroma is one of the most well known and widely supported beyond justt the company's hardware.
And now, the two are getting together in an unholy RGB union to take your gaming experience room scale.
The Razer Synapse application and Chroma Studio give you endless possibilities to create the immersive setup of your dreams. Chroma is also supported in a number of popular games to produce reactions on your hardware to what's happening in the game. With Hue, that now becomes your room reacting to what's happening in the game.
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I need to merge mine, red alert in star trek would be awesome! Before you ask this is preset already in game to chroma keyboards and mice
Ok, that would be awesome.
Huetro for Hue app has a red alert feature, as does huedynamic app, I have an Amazon Echo that responds to the wake word "computer" but "computer, red alert" only makes Alexa play the sound effect. someone needs to make the two work together!
Does it make you violently lunge from side to side in your chair?
That's going to far, but your getting the right idea
around 1:00... don't ppl find that distracting?
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