Philips Hue Spotify Smart Lightstrip Light Sync Music
Philips Hue has teamed up with Spotify to create the first deep integration of lighting and music that will provide an immersive light and music experience unlike any other. There may be similar lighting systems that seemingly dance to your music, but this system uses the Philips Hue app to analyze the metadata for each Spotify song in real-time. This results in a light show that not only incorporates the beat of the song, but also reflects its mood, genre, tempo, segments, loudness, pitch and more. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Spotify The LEGO Group White Noise ASMR
If you’ve browsed YouTube in the past 2-years, ASMR video might have randomly shown up in your feed. These refer to autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR), or a tingling sensation that typically begins on the scalp and moves down the back of the neck and upper spine. The triggers for these sensations are commonly auditory / visual, and may be encountered through the interpersonal interactions of daily life. Spotify partnered with The LEGO Group to bring you an entire playlist of brick-filled goodness. Read more for a preview and additional information.

Apple iPod Classic Spotify Streaming
Guy Dupont just so happened to have a fourth-generation iPod Classic laying around, so he decided to modernize the music player. The original hardware is not capable of wirelessly streaming Spotify, so he replaced its internals with a Raspberry Pi mini computer as well as the 30-pin connector with a micro-USB port. For those who’ve never owned one of these iPod Classics, the fourth-generation replaced the touch wheel with a Click Wheel from the iPod Mini. Read more for a video and additional information.