Skip to content

Instantly share code, notes, and snippets.

@tlberglund
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Embed
What would you like to do?
A script to set my Hue lights from video conference and work modes quickly
#!/usr/bin/ruby
#
# See https://github.com/soffes/hue for deets on the API. This script requires
# the Gem be installed, which is documented at the same URL.
#
require 'hue'
#
# I created these maps by hand, inspecting my Hue configuration to see which
# light IDs were active and what their settings should be. You can change these
# to be whatever set of lights you want, and whatever parameters you want. The
# set_lights method will just iterate over the keys and set light state based
# on the contents of the inner map. It's like the fun never ends.
#
light_configs = {
"work" => {
1=> { brightness: 144, color_temperature: 467},
4=> { brightness: 144, color_temperature: 467},
5=> { brightness: 144, color_temperature: 467},
},
"call" => {
1=> { brightness: 215, color_temperature: 153},
4=> { brightness: 215, color_temperature: 153},
5=> { brightness: 215, color_temperature: 153},
}
}
def set_lights(client, config)
config.each do |light_id, light_config|
client.lights[light_id-1].set_state(light_config)
end
end
#
# Run "autohue work" to set to work mode. "autohue call" sets lights to
# videoconference mode. Add other modes by expanding light_configs above.
#
client = Hue::Client.new
set_lights(client, light_configs[ARGV[0]])
Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Already have an account? Sign in to comment