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If you're creating video or photographic content, whether professionally or not, light is one of the most important factors no matter the quality of your camera. Here are two Elgato lighting solutions that will absolutely brighten your day.

Christmas is coming but you don't have to wait until December to begin your shopping with Nanoleaf and Ring announcing their sales have already started.

Published in Deals

Nanoleaf and Corsair have joined forces to launch a special immersive integration that upgrades your gaming setup beyond the screen. The partnership allows Nanoleaf's full suite of RGB smart home lighting products to sync with Corsair's iCUE gaming peripherals to really bring a world of colour to your room.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 05 September 2022 16:49

New Philips Hue lighting options unveiled

Signify's latest Philips Hue smart lighting products include a gradient lightstrip designed for PC gamers.

Published in Home Tech

The Nanoleaf Lines are a smart lighting package that allows you to enjoy amazing artworks of light, designed however you like, with simple interlocking bars - well, lines - that dance with light and react to music. Make your own light show - without being constrained by out-of-the-box light shapes.

"Work from home" turned out to be a whole lot of Zoom and Teams meetings for many of us, but with Hypop’s Lume Cube mini video conferencing lighting and 6” clip-on Ruby ring light you can always put your best face forward. In fact, give yourself a glow-up whether you’re working or not.

Smart home tech is exciting, but it can also be an expensive happy. Philips has your back with its Hue starter kit, bundling all you need to brighten up your home with three globes, a Hue bridge, and a programmable smart button - in one convenient pack.

China’s Shanghai has been ranked as the world’s number one smart city for 2022 ahead of the Korean capital Soeul in second place.

Published in Strategy

As more employees continue to work remotely, the necessary pieces of lighting equipment for office use are now a must. Ring lights, microphones, and having a suitable backdrop are now mandatory to look professional and productive.

Published in Business IT

A lot of people really disliked the Federal Government's plan to cut an estimated $1.8 billion from the R&D Tax Incentive program, and the need to positively respond to the crisis and build the economy and jobs has seen the decision reversed.

Published in Government Tech

Free software for Windows and Mac enables "unprecedented immersive light experiences, globally available now".

Published in Home Tech

Google Home is now in Australia, replete with television advertising letting us know you can have it control your lighting. Yet, my experience shows large Australian retailers lag behind online outlets when it comes to making this a reality.

Published in The Wired CIO
Thursday, 26 May 2016 14:38

Dyson sheds new light on dark places

I met Jake Dyson last night – eldest son of British inventor James Dyson – and perhaps a modern take on his father’s pioneering footsteps. “It hasn’t been a hindrance going down the same path as my father. I find it easier to invent than replicate.”

Published in Energy

Do you love to take selfies, but always wished to see your selfies in a better light? iWorld makes a case for the perfect selfie case that will light you up!

Published in Mobility
Monday, 08 September 2014 15:40

Elgato diversifies into smart home products

Elgato might be best known for its TV tuners and related software - particularly the EyeTV program for Mac - but the company is entering the smart home market and extending its range of mobile-related products.

Published in Home Tech

Smart meters are almost old hat in the cities of today, with the so-called smart cities of the future already starting to move well beyond the clever meters to ultimately deliver a whole host of technology-driven infrastructure such as intelligent and adaptive street lighting.

Published in Energy
Wednesday, 21 May 2014 05:43

Intel's giant robot set to rock Vivid Sydney

Vivid Sydney festival might be hosting some of the world's biggest bands and musicians but it's also welcoming a giant interactive robot, powered by Intel.

Published in Strategy




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