Hello LIFX Developers!
I’ve created a LIFX app that integrates with Razer Chroma to display RGB lighting from your favorite games on LIFX hardware.
That lets you see RGB lighting for numerous Chroma-enabled games on your LIFX hardware.
Here are some popular Chroma-enabled games.
The typical user experience with Chroma looks like this.
I used the LifxNet library from https://github.com/dotMorten/LifxNet and I’ve tested on my own A19 hardware which works great.
Now I’d like to now how it works for other users. I called it the “Chroma Broadcast Configurator” which is a WPF app that supports LIFX and it’s packaged in a nice installer.
The way it works is the LIFX .Net library detects LIFX hardware on your network. In the app you can associate hardware to the Razer ChromaLink indices. The CL0 index is for the base color. The rest of the RGB leds are CL1 through CL4. This lets you assign an RGB index to your LIFX hardware. Now just launch a Chroma-enabled game and the RGB lighting will display on your LIFX hardware with the max frame rate of 20 FPS. RGB lighting will only display on LIFX hardware when the application is running.
(Pay no attention to the UI, I haven’t skinned it yet. Just try the functionality.)
If you don’t have a Chroma-enabled game, I also have a web page that can play sample RGB effects.
If you have LIFX hardware and are interested in testing, I’d like to get your feedback and hear how it works for you.
One other dependency is you’ll need Razer Synapse 3 installed and also the Chroma Connect Module installed (which should be the default).
The app is also compatible with the Chroma Visualizer module within Synapse.
Testers will also need at least one Razer device from the compatible hardware list.
You can DM on Discord as well. “Tim Graupmann#0611”
Speaking of Discord, you can also get LIFX notifications for Discord events with the “Chroma for Discord” application.