Hacking around in the Philips Hue API. Making a couple of assets for a quick web-app. Stay tuned for more.
Original @2x version is attached.
Non Hue Preview
Views, preview page
Philips Hue, development page
about 1 year ago
by Kevin Andersson
A couple of other assets for the app. They are currently scaled up a tad, so don't worry about the fidelity.
about 1 year ago
Please tell more about the project :)
So clean! :D
Didn't quite get the icons alignment though..
Preview of the welcome screen. Real pixels & huge preview added.
Bro-fist to @pixeden for his iPhone PSD.
yes please! :D
Light control view – actual screenshot from the webapp.
Another asset from my Philips Hue Project. It spins.
404 - Hub not found.
View when the app is unable to find your IP automatically.
Live previews available below.
The ethernet asset in 100%.
Logo & name idea.
Colorpicker for them hues.
by Kai Aras
Hue bridge I made for Ambify
Implemented color selection for my lights. Changing the color of a light, will be indicated on the small bulbs, which is pretty neat in my humble oppinion.
This is really coming together nicely!
Let me know what you guys think.
If you want to have a peek at the current development site, just visit www.hueice.com/dev
Remember, that url is my development page - so please refrain on commenting on that part.
I've also added some random todos in my humans.txt.
While working with the unofficial Philips Hue API, another idea appeared to me. What if I could take a live videofeed, calculate the average color, convert it to HSL, and send it to any connected hue bulbs? Well, I would have one big-ass Ambilight setup, that is what!
After a couple of hours coding tonight, mainly working on pixel selection, I got a prototype up and running.
I plan to sell this for around 5$, do you think that is reasonable?
Videos of the prototype:
Pixar trailer test
Let me know what you guys think :)
Last night I was coding. Until 6:00 this morning.
I love learning new things, and this project especially taught me a a lot of new techniques. I haven't worked a great deal with colors, matrices and other sorts of pixel calculations before, but now I can add those things to my ninja skills.
As you can see a lot has happened on Hue Ice: Live. Here's the short outline:
You should be able to see a little progress in this regard.
User controls from scratch
Adobes build in controls are shit. So I decided to build new controls from scratch. Not just style existing controls, no Sir, writing all the classes from scratch. I accomplished two things by doing so:
1. Removing overhead and adding overall speed to the app
2. Giving me the possibility to 100% customise my controls and events
So far I've completed the switch controller and the step controller. But I plan to make an entire library for future projects.
Contrast, saturation and brightness controls has been added.
Blur, sharpen, edge and pixelfilter has been added on top of the videofeed, to give the user better control over how the light is rendered in a dark environment.
Multipliers for brightness and saturation has been added.
Hue Ice Live has been tested on iPhone 5 as well as iPad 3 - and it works like a charm. There are of course custom views for both of those.
I know it's kind of mess of controls right now - but that will be fixed. I plan to have some sort of collapsable panels - but it is just a pain to have right now that I am debugging code ;)
TLDR: No worries. Love you anyway.
View it on dropbox, or download it to see it in a better quality.
For reference, it was this, 24 hours ago:
I needed a small icon for Hue Ice: Live - so I made this. I am still adding a lot of stuff to the app - and performance is better than ever!
Soon I will need people who have acces to a Philips Hue, to help me iron out the worst issues in the app, so let me know if you want to help.
Pixelsnapping on / off
Window size animations
Panel animations / positioning
New Bulb panels
Changed events for color picker, no more 200% cpu usage
New Class :: VideoDisplay
Decoupled video from Camera / Camerasampler
New Class :: UIKitPanel
New Class :: UIKitToolbar (header)
Class :: ColorSamplePicker
Added offset_x, offset_y to input target
Added selection preview
Class :: UIbutton
Added UIIcon support
Moved all buttons, sliders, panel elements into panels
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