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Jun 10, 2015

Philips turns bus stop in Sydney's Newtown into 'Huetown'

From Australia: 'Huetown' for Philips by Iris Sydney

Philips turns bus stop in Sydney's Newtown into 'Huetown'

The agency has transformed a bus shelter in Sydney's Newtown district into an interactive demonstration of Philips Hue, a connected home-lighting system. The shelter offers commuters the chance to "select from six different music genres representing some of Sydney’s landmarks, such as Pops Point and Surry Chills, and synchronize with 24 Wi-Fi connected Hue globes to create their very own unique lighting experience", according to the agency.

If you're in the area, the stop is at Enmore Road near King Street (Stop ID: 204243) and will be live until 14 June.


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