Smart Lighting That Can Sync to Your TV.

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Philips Hue Smart Light

Here at Josh we always want our clients to have a great experience making their smart home feel like home. Last week our partners Philips Hue released a feature that can take TV/Movie watching experience to the next level, by combining audio/video with smart bulbs. The lighting in your home can impact not just how the home looks, and how you feel inside your home. Controlling the warmth, brightness, and shades of your lights can improve mood and sleep as well.

Smart lighting has been gaining a lot of momentum in the smart home market over the last few years. The 3 main types of smart lighting you can choose from are smart bulbs, a smart switch or a central processors which usually need to be installed professionally. If you’re a smart home novice or just want to explore your options but don’t want to commit to having lights professionally installed try one of our partners Philips Hue lights as an option.

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Philips Hue Play Sync Box (

Philips Hue offers features like granular color changing or the ability to create custom scenes that you can control in the Josh App. Early October Philips Hue shared that you will be able to sync your lights to your TV. Using a Play Sync Box the television will control the lighting creating a harmonious experience with audio & video impression.The Play Sync box can boost that action film into an immersive experience.

Of course that is just one product that you can use to elevate your home. Lighting can sometimes feel like an afterthought, but lights can really change the look and feel of a room. Smart lighting is the next frontier when it comes to smart homes. Clients want more than just ON & OFF options they want their lighting to reflect their mood and style. is an artificial intelligence agent for your home. If you’re interested in learning more, visit us at

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