Logitech has introduced its new Lightsync technology designed to add immersion to games as well as to visualize music or movie audio using RGB LEDs inside peripherals. The first two products to feature Lightsync are the G560 speaker system as well as the G513 mechanical gaming keyboard. Synchronizing ambient lighting with on-screen actions is a way to add immersion to games or movies and is something that has been on the table for a while now. Technically there are several ways to sync ambient lighting with on-screen actions: giving developers a way to control ambient lighting using an API, to analyze colors displayed by on the screen, or to analyze audio and somehow match lighting with sounds. Various companies have either explored or are exploring...
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