I’m sure I’ve heard of people who organize scenes where the lights and playlists work together. Am I trying to understand if I just don’t understand scenes? Or if I don’t have the right devices or apps? My kids love to dance to the song Blue. Sometimes they put an Anker speaker next to our Nanoleaf Canvas lamps in the living room and have a dance party for a few minutes. I experimented with NFC stickers and shortcuts and thought it would be fun if I could scan a sticker and have it start a dance party, just for the length of a song. This would include: – the Nanoleaf canvas is activated, in a setting that has different shades of blues that move with the music. (I made this option in the Nanoleaf app.) – The shade lights in the living room change to shades of blue and, ideally, turn on or fade. – The blue song lights up. Ideally using Spotify, I created a 1-track playlist there, but this seems to be the weakest link in my plan, because Apple loves their music app. If it makes a difference, I’m willing to buy the song from Apple Music, but I’d rather not. The Anker speaker isn’t smart, so I should make sure it’s already on. – Everything goes back to how it was after the song. And then I trigger it either with an NFC sticker, or by saying something, or by clicking a button somewhere. May? Looks like at least I should be able to link Nanoleaf and Hue, because Hue lights appear in Nanoleaf and both appear in Homekit, but I don’t even see how to do that part! If anyone can help me understand what I’m missing here, I’d appreciate it. Thanks!
Are multiple branded scenes possible?
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