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Apple started selling Christmas garland Lumenplay, controlled from the iPhone and iPad [Video]
New Year – one of the most important holidays of the year. Often, neighbors are trying to “outdo” each other in the richness and diversity of Christmas decorations for their apartments. It all starts with an innocent festive garlands of bulbs on the tree and comes to light rain and unimaginable LED string-nets, hung around the house.
On the eve of New Year holidays – the most profitable period of the year for manufacturers – on the shelves there are hundreds of new types of garlands and ornaments. The latest trend in holiday decorations – hi-tech.
One of the main novelties of the season is the exotic lighting system called Lumenplay. It can light up to 16 million colors and is controlled by the iPhone. Its secret lies in the special light bulbs, which contain three LEDs – red, blue and green. These LEDs can light up in different combinations thanks to mobile apps, creating unimaginable number of shades.
Regulated system via Bluetooth-interface. The application runs on a distance of 30 meters, so that the user can control the colors garlands from your couch or from another room. All that is required – run your finger along the color wheel on the screen of your iPhone or iPad. Colors can be synchronized with the melody and flicker in time with the music. Since the color range is so varied, the same garland can be used for any other holidays.
Given the urgency of the product, Apple began selling Lumenplay in the company’s online store. Cost garland 3.5m and 12 LED-lamps is $ 79 .
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