Philips Lighting has announced that Philips Hue connected lighting system is the debut lighting partner with Google Home in the country. The speaker is powered by the Google Assistant that answers user’s questions and helps them get things done. Customers in India will be able to use Google Home to control their Philips Hue lights.
Not only can users switch their Philips Hue lights ON or OFF using Google Home but they can also dim them, and select their desired light color to create the “right” ambiance in homes. If users require a light to set the mood for a dinner party, for example, they can simply ask Google Home: ‘Ok Google dim my dining room lights to 20%.” Immediately, users will be bathed in a cozy dimmed light to make their guests feel relaxed and at home. Or, if they want a splash of color, they can tell Google assistant to match their living room lights with their favorite sports team’s colors when watching the action on TV, creating a fun game-viewing experience.
“Consumers in India can now enjoy a remarkable and seamless smart home experience, thanks to the collaboration between Philips Hue and Google Home. You can now match your room lights to your favorite sports team’s colour or dim your lights to feel relaxed in the evening. We are excited to be a part of Google Home’s debut in India” said Sumit Joshi, vice chairman and MD Philips Lighting India Ltd in a press statement.