Manage and synchronize your Philips Hue lights with the beat of your music.
Your lights meet your music.
- Synchronize your lights directly with the beat of your music from an active Chrome tab, microphone or your entire system.
- Customize your perfect party atmosphere with a variety of configurable options.
- Turn lights on/off, change the color and brightness of the lights.
- Put your lights into strobe or colorloop modes.
- Randomize the color of your lights.
Note that for optimal beat detection you may need to adjust the sensitivity slider on the Music tab.
WARNING: Flashing Hue lights may trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Use at your own risk.
Why does this extension require the permissions that it does?
"Read and change all your data on the websites you visit" - needed for all extensions that interact with extenerla web pages. Huegasm needs this to be able to listen to to the music from your browser's tab.
"Communicate with cooperating websites" - can actually only communicate with www.huegasm.com to hide any extension promo related items if you already have it installed.
"Capture content of your screen" - needed to capture the sound coming from your system.
Huegasm does not collect any information about you and has no server component.
My lights lag or are unresponsive for a given situation. What's up?
The Hue system has very real limitations as described here: https://developers.meethue.com/documentation/hue-system-performance#systemThroughput ( requires a registered account to view )
I would highly recommend to not run several Hue applications at once as they may clog your system and cause performance degradation.
Huegasm isn't changing my lights to the music coming from my Chrome tab. What's wrong?
First make sure that Huegasm is listening to the correct Chrome tab. When you click on the big button on Huegasm's "Music" tab, a blue rectangle should appear by the tab title indicating that Chrome is sharing its audio stream with Huegasm. If you've ensured that this is working correctly, try turning up the beat sensitivity through the slider on the "Music" tab. Do note that the volume of your music also affects the sensitivity of beat detection.
I get a "Uh-oh. Failed to retrieve your system's media stream: TrackStartError" when I try to listen to "System". What's wrong?
This seems to be a known Chromium issue. In one reported case it was caused by connecting multiple monitors via USB and in another it happened on a system with surround sound. Refer to: