Control Nanoleaf Lights on Linux Using a GNOME Extension
Do you own and use Nanoleaf lights and want to control them from your Linux desktop rather than a mobile app? If so, you’re in luck as there’s a plucky little GNOME extension that lets you do exactly that. The creator of the Nano Lights GNOME extension says their add-on “…controls Nanoleaf shapes and possibly others Nanoleaf devices on your local (wifi) network (sic)”. This includes turning devices on/off, adjusting the brightness, changing/setting the colour, and setting Scenes. Nanoleaf products are popular with Twitch streamers and YouTubers in particular as the unique designs, flexible placement options, and wide range of […]
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