Philips is building on the successs of its Ambilight range of TVs, offering not only a glow from the screen, but the frame too with Aurea, which means an “entertainment experience that creates an emotional experience that goes far beyond normal viewing”, according to Phlips’ understated press release.
Why would you want this additional light? Well, apparently it means less stress on your eye – because there’s less of a pronounced difference between the lighting on the screen and the surrounding area. And the colours change according to what’s on the screen, offering a bit of ambient light to match your taste in TV.
More information will be available at the forthcoming IFA show – and we’ll be there to get the scoop.
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