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Syfy has announced that it’ll be giving certain viewers the option to let the network take control of their home’s lighting systems during broadcasts of its upcoming series 12 Monkeys. The new show—based on the 1995 Bruce Willis film, and set to debut on Jan. 16—will come with a “light track” that owners of Philips’ smartphone-interactive Hue lighting system will be able to use to view a custom light show, synced to the show’s content. (Presumably, warmer colors will be used during emotional scenes, while blues and greens will indicate that the viewer should feel a gradually growing unease at the power of corporations and networks to influence everything, down to the lighting in their very own homes.)
I hope the show is good! I've been wanting to watch the original film for a while now, but haven't found anywhere to stream it. Maybe they will play it soon before the new series is released.
originally posted by: CraftBuilder
A cold day in hell before I allow a light bulb into my home that can report my daily activities through my internet connection back to a corporation/government.