Smartphones, tablets and computers have long learned to make the images on their displays “warmer” as soon as it starts to get dark outside. Reducing “cold” shades relieves eye fatigue and should help you fall asleep more easily at night. Now Philips Hue lamps have learned to perform a similar trick.

Previously, users of these “smart” lamps have already seen the function for a short time. Now the company has started its wider distribution. It was named Natural Light and should work according to the same scenario – the darker it is outside, the “warmer” the lighting becomes.

Some users have already seen such an option in Hue Scene Gallery. Among the complaints, the change in lighting temperature is quite sharp and noticeable, although according to the design it should work more smoothly. But this is a software issue, which can still be fixed over time.

If you are not yet using such functions on your gadgets, we still advise you to give them a chance. The only thing to remember is to turn them off when processing images and videos so you don’t get the colors wrong. As for the lighting, it is also worth using such a function if possible. It may take some time to adjust, but it shouldn’t be too long.