Oni: Light Control Updated – Now With NFCFebruary 12, 2013 1 Comment
Last month we introduced a new app called Oni: Light Control which helps you control your Philips Hue set up using your Windows Phone. Now it has been updated to V1.2 and it introduces NFC to the mix.
v1.2 change log:
- Added NFC support. Associate moods with NFC tags!
- Added support for multiple languages, German language added. Special Thanks to Vincent W. for his German translations and testing assistance!
- Added ability to Pin Moods and Light States (reset & all off) to start screen.
- Added “Blink” button to identify bulbs when setting up rooms
- Added “Find New Bulbs” button for those who need to add additional bulbs to the hub
- Added global brightness slider to light states page
- Added 2 more Mood Presets
- Changed Rename Button on the Mood Setter to AppBar button
- Fixed issue where users were getting an error when attempting to add a bridge with set schedules. Thanks Sebastian R!
- Fixed issue where recent actions for specific rooms would trigger ‘all’ rooms
- Fixed Recent Actions error when attempting to delete an existing room
- Fixed other minor issues
Walk into your living room, play some nice music, and simply say “Set lights to Dusk”.
Oni: Light Control allows you to set the color of the lights in your home with your voice*. Create customized moods by adjusting the hue of each connected bulb for the rooms in your home. You can also use picture from your library as a color source. Simply say “Set lights to Purple Rain in the Bedroom” using your phone’s built-in voice command feature, and watch your lights transition to match your mood.
See it in action at http://oni.ioTags: NFC, Oni: Light Control, Philips Hue, Windows PhoneApps