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Govee US via Amazon has Govee Immersion WiFi TV LED Backlights w/ Camera (For 55-65" TVs) for $62.99 after you 'clip' extra $5 savings coupon on the product page. Shipping is free.

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Price is reduced to $67.99, and then you can clip the listing page coupon for an extra $5 off to make it $62.99. Not as low as Prime Day deal, but price history shows it to rarely go this low.

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I bought it. It is definitely cool*

*If it worked... and it doesn't for most people.

Further info: It uses an extremely wide, nearly circular fisheye lens so that when mounted above the TV/Monitor it only needs a few inches passed to see the entire screen. The screen will appear greatly distorted - of course it is programmed to expect that. In the calibration software you set the corner points of your TV so it knows where to process the color data.

This is where all the issues lie. The points farthest from the lens are the bottom corners of your TV and what the lens will see will be VERY limited in available data. on top of that the larger the screen the further away these corners will be in view and even less accurate color data will be seen.

The TV size for this would be 43-55in so that enough data in in clear view of the lens. Once you go above that, it becomes hit or miss. You can go smaller and assign the corners further in making it reliable, but the strip itself will be too big, thus not matching up if you alter it.

If you start going big like 65in and up you'll have to start assigning the corner data inside the screen making the edge data not match depending on content.

You can see by my mockup that TVs larger than 65 not only will be exceptionally hard and require luck to get the camera to see the colors you intended, but the strip itself won't be long enough. This means you have to wrap it around smaller than the TV making much of the light output hidden by the TV itself.

Bottom-line... try it if you really want this kind of active ambient lighting and dont want for whatever reason to DIY it or spend much more money then only do it if you have a TV 43 inches to 55 inches... it still might not work out though.
I bet you didn't really hate to break this to him.
I have an 85" inch tv, I think it works great, especially for the cost. Check this out: https://imgur.com/a/ZRUM0Ku

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Are these things cool?
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I bought 3 on prime day. 2 as gifts and one for myself. We all like it, can't say for others but when watching a movie at night, it's really cool.
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Are these things cool?
I love it! Got it on prime day. Always get compliments when I have movie parties. Really changes up the way you watch stuff even games. I do have to say, obviously it's not super accurate with colors like the super expensive ones. But it's enough
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Quote from a_land :
Are these things cool?
Quote from TodayOnly :
no, just ask people who bought them.
I bought it. It is definitely cool*

*If it worked... and it doesn't for most people.

Further info: It uses an extremely wide, nearly circular fisheye lens so that when mounted above the TV/Monitor it only needs a few inches passed to see the entire screen. The screen will appear greatly distorted - of course it is programmed to expect that. In the calibration software you set the corner points of your TV so it knows where to process the color data.

This is where all the issues lie. The points farthest from the lens are the bottom corners of your TV and what the lens will see will be VERY limited in available data. on top of that the larger the screen the further away these corners will be in view and even less accurate color data will be seen.

The TV size for this would be 43-55in so that enough data in in clear view of the lens. Once you go above that, it becomes hit or miss. You can go smaller and assign the corners further in making it reliable, but the strip itself will be too big, thus not matching up if you alter it.

If you start going big like 65in and up you'll have to start assigning the corner data inside the screen making the edge data not match depending on content.

You can see by my mockup that TVs larger than 65 not only will be exceptionally hard and require luck to get the camera to see the colors you intended, but the strip itself won't be long enough. This means you have to wrap it around smaller than the TV making much of the light output hidden by the TV itself.

Bottom-line... try it if you really want this kind of active ambient lighting and dont want for whatever reason to DIY it or spend much more money then only do it if you have a TV 43 inches to 55 inches... it still might not work out though.
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I love it! Got it on prime day. Always get compliments when I have movie parties. Really changes up the way you watch stuff even games. I do have to say, obviously it's not super accurate with colors like the super expensive ones. But it's enough
What size is your TV?
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What size is your TV?
I have a 55
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I have an 85" inch tv, I think it works great, especially for the cost. Check this out: https://imgur.com/a/ZRUM0Ku
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I have an 85" inch tv, I think it works great, especially for the cost. Check this out: https://imgur.com/a/ZRUM0Ku
I like the way it works. It's not a perfect sync but enjoyable nonetheless.
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Hate to break this to you... but no one is looking at this demonstration and thinking it's synced up well.

Solid purples and solid blues even when there are obvious white elements isn't worth 65 bucks.
I bet you didn't really hate to break this to him.
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Watching movies and TV shows is about immersion. This, to me, would be a huge distraction. Sounds like an exceptionally bad idea to me. But, to each, his/her own.
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Watching movies and TV shows is about immersion. This, to me, would be a huge distraction. Sounds like an exceptionally bad idea to me. But, to each, his/her own.
Im not really a fan of this price tag, but I think the is an alt for regular lights in the house for movie night. Without any lighting, TV would be too bright
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