Smart bulbs are energy-efficient LED light bulbs that you control from your smart phone. The lights connect to the Internet to do all sorts of cool things, like turn on automatically when you get back from work. They can interface with the Nest carbon monoxide detector and will change the lights to the best setting to see through smoke if there's an emergency. You can even make your smart bulbs change colors to match the weather using IFTTT.
Light DJ works with the Nanoleaf Aurora modular LED panel lighting system, and all connected lighting products from Philips Hue and LIFX.
IT’S LIGHT FOR YOUR LIFE
Introducing the Nanoleaf Aurora, an all-new smart lighting product designed to help you light up your life your way. The Aurora’s modular light panels can bathe you in as many colors as there are people in New York City.
They can also recreate the perfect white light for your needs—sunrise, rainy day, brilliant daylight, or anything in between. It’s the the perfect lighting product for those who love design, for those who want to improve their quality of life, and for those who just want to add some fun and excitement to their living space.
Transform your home with high quality white and colored light. Play with 16 million colors and 50 thousand shades of white. Sync your lights with music, TV and games for an immersive effect. This newest generation from Philips Hue comes with improved colors (deeper shades of green, cyan and blue) and has an energy-star qualified design.
LIFX is a smart lightbulb that uses Wi-Fi to bring immersive color to your home. A simple-to-use app allows you to fine tune your lighting experience; control a single light or your entire home and enjoy strong vibrant colors along with delicate whites.
LIFX lights are engineered to provide a simple way to start designing your connected home. A single bulb contains all the technology and hardware needed to use your lights. LIFX is ready to seamlessly integrate with some of your favorite smart home products, including Amazon Echo, Nest and SmartThings.