Philips’ new 4K TV transforms your front room into one enormous display screen


Philips made a splash finally 12 months’s IFA convention when it confirmed off a tv set with embedded, handheld projectors that might take a picture onscreen and prolong it to the wall behind the set. The visible trick is meant to create a extra immersive viewing expertise as the image pours off the display screen. Now a variation of Philips’ Ambilight expertise, which it calls “Ambilight projection,” is making its option to a brand new 65-inch AmbiLux 4K TV due out later this 12 months.

The Dutch lighting and expertise big debuted the TV on the IFA convention in Germany right now, although it didn’t specify a price ticket. Will probably be out there within the fourth quarter of this 12 months in Russia, Germany, and different European international locations. Powering the TV will likely be Google’s¬†Android TV software program, that means these desirous to plunk down what we assume will likely be be an unsettling amount of money for the gadget can have entry to Netflix, Hulu, and all the opposite TV-centric choices of the Google Play Retailer.

Can it get any extra immersive?

The TV has just a few totally different modes for tapping into the ten LED-powered pico projectors (as an alternative of Ambilight’s conventional LEDs) affixed to the rear panel. For music listening, the lights will match the dynamics of the music, permitting them to maneuver and react and alter shade whether or not you are listening to Spotify or a cable music channel. It is also able to tapping into¬†Philips’ Hue Good Lighting system, which helps you to the management the brightness and shade of Wi-Fi-connected bulbs positioned across the room together with your smartphone.



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