A year ago, at CES 2016, North American smart lighting startup Nanoleaf unveiled its newest connected LEDs. They weren’t bulbs, but triangular wall panels — color-changing ones that work with Siri, no less. And, when we finally got the chance to test them out, we kind of loved them.
Now, at CES 2017, Nanoleaf is introducing a new trick for those nifty panels. It’s a rhythm mode that’ll let you sync them up with whatever music you’re listening to for timely and dramatic color changes that fall right in line with the beat. Nanoleaf also pitches it as a cool way to liven up your video gaming habit.
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Published by Leslie Chen on January 4, 2017.