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Philips Ambilight and Philips AmbiLux both give you immersive TV experiences – here’s how they do it

Philips Ambilight TVs have been around for years, and never fail to surprise people who see them for the first time. And now, that technology has had an upgrade: meet Philips AmbiLux.

Ambilight uses LEDs around the edges of the TV to echo the on-screen colours onto the wall behind. It makes the edges of the screen appear much less apparent, creates the illusion of a bigger picture and aims to really draw you into the picture.

AmbiLux takes that concept a step further by using nine pico-projectors on the back of the TV instead. They project further than LEDs and, because they aren’t simple lights, can actually reflect the action anf motion you see on-screen – the whole image appears to spread across the wall.

Here’s how it works:

Set the strength and halo-size of the effect, calibrate it to your wall colour, tell it to respond in a different way to different types of content, and more.

It’s TV turned up to 11. Time to do your eyes – and your living-room wall – a favour.

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