New Tech Allows You to Customize Your Christmas Light, Adjust It’s Brightness, Animation Via Smart App

As the Christmas season gets closer, lighting decors are becoming more commonplace – and Twinkly offers LED lights above the rest.

The Milan-based lighting decor company presents its LED string lights, combining traditional home decor aesthetic with the latest technology for a unique lighting experience. Its string lights come in adjustable RGB, RGB+W, and AWW lights integrated for both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. This versatile tech allows users to control the brightness, color, animation, and even the lights’ projections through the accompanying smartphone app.

Twinkly users can either choose from the app’s pre-made lighting designs or create their own through the app’s “Effect Wizard” feature. Additionally, the app saves its users’ custom-made designs with its playlist manager, capable of programming between these designs. Command your Christmas lights to move between those saved designs through your smart home assistant – such as Google Assistant or the Amazon Alexa – for convenience, or fun.

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Developed by the most advanced lighting decor maker – with more than ten patents for unique breakthroughs in the smart decor industry – Twinkly’s LED strings uses the brand’s patented Computer Vision feature. It allows your smartphone camera to function as a smart vision device that detects each LED’s location in the string. With the individual lights mapped out, users can now program which lights turn up and when, creating a unique experience.

To offer more customized lighting setups, Twinkly has unveiled additional products with new string sizes, colors, and shapes. For its traditional LED strings, it comes from 100 to 600 string lengths in Red Green Blue (RGB), a Special Edition RGB + White (W), and Amber, Warm White, and Cold White (AWW) color options.

Furthermore, people can choose from Clusters, Icicles, Curtains, Festoon lights, Christmas Trees, and Spritzers for a variety of display combinations. To complete the Christmas setup, Twinkly also unveiled its Twinkly Music, a USB-powered add-on device that interfaces your smart lighting decor with music sources – loudspeakers, computers, smartphones – that perfectly brings the “merry” in Christmas.

About Twinkly

Twinkly Smart Decor is a brand of smart decorative lighting solutions under the Italian tech startup Ledworks – whose mission is “to bring software innovation to the world of consumer and professional lights.” Founded in 2016, it expanded beyond Italy and the global market, with its products sold from Canada to the Philippines.

It traces its origins in September 2016, raising the required funds through Kickstarter in just a few weeks. By December of the same year, it released its first iteration of Twinkly lights and spearheaded the Smart Decoration market with the initial plans of providing its products in time for Christmas.

Expanding its products across the US and Europe, the new smart lighting has earned more fans and even becoming a viral product featured on social media sites like Facebook. It also reported attaining business break-even in the same year, soon moving towards significant positive profits. By 2018, Twinkly got itself integrated with Google Assistant, connecting it to the larger smart home applications. It was able to configure its compatibility with Amazon Alexa in 2019.

To get an idea how these smart lighting decors work, see below video from Twinkly:


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