Similar to a previous article I wrote about, do you ever feel as though you want to get into the scene of your television more? I recently did an article on another backlight by Govee, but this set of lights is for nearly double the size of monitor or screen. Your home theatre awaits, my friend. Be it games, television, movies, or simply watching a streaming service with your family, you’ll be sure to get more into the action with this set of lights. They essentially project a bunch of light around your television or monitor screen which enhance the atmosphere of your experience.
Along with all of this, they make dark atmospheres more relaxed for your eyes so that you get less eyestrain without interfering with the perceived color of your screen. There’s a little sensor that goes on top of your screen that provides you with accurate colors based on the position at which they’re at. In the set comes two upright standing light bars, a strip backlight that goes behind your screen, and a 1080p camera with ColorSense technology that you hook to the top of your screen. If you’re not impressed already, this setup connects to Amazon Alexa. Tell it to turn on and off, along with other options that you can access from the app itself.
That’s only scratching the surface, though. The lighting system has a microphone in the camera which connects to the music and sounds of the TV/device you’re using, and makes the lights respond accordingly. There’s also a Govee app which allows you to control the lights specifically to your taste, so that you can customize them accordingly. You don’t like what the automatic setting(s) are doing for you? That’s absolutely fine. Just fine-tune each light to your liking. Watching a scary movie? Why not put dark greyish purple, dim white, and dark dim red around your screen? It’s simple as that, and you have a spooky atmospheric setting for the perfect horror movie.
The family will enjoy the fact that their eyes feel less strained when trying to watch a movie, and with accurate colors, you’ll be drawn into the screen. There are presets on the app (which connects to the lights via bluetooth) that you can activate based on different moods, settings, scenarios and occasions that might happen. Feeling more floral and watching something about flowers? There’s literally a floral option. Watching a Christmas movie and need some holiday cheer? Fun fact, there’s that too. But in the case that you don’t have Amazon Alexa, there’s also Google Assistant that can connect to the lights. That way, you don’t have to even get your phone to adjust the lights.
As you can tell, the Govee LED Strip Lights & Light Bars TV Backlight setup is easy to use, compatible with almost any big screen (including gaming), and can definitely help immerse you in the wonderful world that’s on your display. Don’t believe me? Try it for yourself. I’m sure you’d enjoy it.
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So… I’m Roxie. To be fair, I’m just some person… girl… thing… on the internet who likes to shout my opinion as loud as I can while also doing it respectfully and trying to come from a place of good intents. I’m an extremely spiritual individual (the legit logic-based para-psychological stuff, not the “woo-woo” nonsense) who has a lot of diverse interests, and spends her time working on herself and trying to get ahead in life. I want to provide my views on topics that would normally be a bit controversial to some in the gaming, sci-fi, tech – whatever you’d call this blog – industry. I play games because I see them as an experience, something to enjoy and get immersed in. My favorite games used to be MMORPG’s but I’m learning to enjoy more single-player experiences as of recently. I’ve felt alone for most of my life, so the ability to interact with other players in games has been something of a comfort to me. Oh and I’m also a heathenous little thing that has to filter myself incessantly just to write these articles.