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Published on October 22nd, 2015 | by The GC Team

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Darklight high impact 4K UHD film joins Philips Ambilight campaign

TP Vision is marking the introduction of the company’s new 8000 and 9000 four-sided Philips Ambilight models with the launch of a new movie in the company’s Beyond the Ordinary series.

‘Darklight’ follows previous award-winning films Afterglow and Lightwaves and continues with the theme of combining LED light-scapes with adventure sports and extreme locations.

The new film stars three world-class mountain bike riders – Graham Agassiz, Matt Hunter and Matty Miles – performing high speed and at times near vertical rides at night in the desert mountains of Utah and forest tracks of Oregon.

The movies also provide good 4K UHD in-store content for the demonstration of Philips’ Ambilight technology, which creates a halo of light and changing colours on the wall behind the set to match the on-screen action.

The Philips TV range features two- and three-sided Ambilight models in the  mid-range 6000 and 7000 series plus new four-sided sets with the recent introduction of the latest 8000 and 9000 series. Ambilight is due to reach its peak later this year with the launch of a new Ambilux product using nine pico projectors in the rear of the set to extend the actual image beyond the screen.

The full Darklight movie can be viewed here.

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