Does any way of having an action result in increasing (or decreasing) the brightness of a light or group of lights?

Cupertino, October 12, 2020

I want to have something I can do (I'll find a way to trigger it), resulting in my homekit lights increasing their brightness by XX%. And if I do it again, the lights will increase in brightness by another XX%, repeating (or not repeating) up to 100% brightness.

Is there any way to send this type of order? I know it's not in the default Home app, but maybe Home + 4 agrees to do that? Something like "if Trigger, if the brightness in the YY range, turns the brightness into YY + XX". I'm not too worried about getting accuracy, but I'd like to know if it's theoretically possible to generate something that looks like that behavior.

Any idea? Thanks!

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