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Alexa can control smart light switches, too.

Think bigger: Imagine your work place suddenly has a friendly and motivating ambience and lighting. Or: you’re sitting in your favorite restaurant and the LIFX’ smart light bulbs shed the perfect light for every table individually – no matter if at the table next to you there’s a business meeting going on, you and your spouse still have a romantic and magical mood.

Smart light bulbs are part of a new wave of apps and devices that help and make it able to be controlled from your smartphone. If you are interested in smart light bulbs, we encourage to check out a few of them: , , and all offer smart light bulbs and apps to control them.

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  • Noah Cyrus

    if someone want to spy on you he can do it through your smart phone sattelite or what ever.
    if you want to be paranoid so be it
    smart lights is coo specily the voca smart lights

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It's easy to understand why someone will make a , or a smart light bulb. A smart light switch, however, sounds like taking the whole connected home a little too far. At least that's what I thought before I saw the Goldee Light Controller.

Aside from controlling current to the sockets, the Goldee Light Controller can also control the programming for the current-generation of smart lights, with support for Philips Hue, LIFX, and iLumi. You can, for instance, pick out colors from photographs and compose unique light effects straight from the console, as well as set alarms that incorporate the lighting (e.g. very bright light to help wake you up in the morning). More significant, though, are the device's onboard sensors (proximity, ambient, motion, and sound) and intelligent features that allow it to predict when and how you use specific lighting units around the home.