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To save battery life i assume? Interesting idea.

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It's just an indication the controller is on not sure why you would need it disabled is it a distraction? Or is it to save battery life?

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Many people have asked for this feature. May be you'll want to submit this idea at https://xboxideas.uservoice.com/

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Perhaps being able to make it duller would be nice, but if it was not on at all, how would you know if the controller is turned on?

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To save battery life i assume?
no! the light shines too intensely, so it annoys and distracts from playing at night!

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Yeah I'm with you on this. I've been searching for a way to dim it or turn it off but there isn't one. It's just so intensely bright. It's completely uncalled for. I am close to opening the controller to remove the LED at this rate. 

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If you have an Xbox One (or thinking about getting one), and you’re a fan of home automation (like me), then you probably love the infrared AV device control feature that is already built into the Xbox One.  This feature lets you tell your Xbox One what brand and model of TV, AV receiver, and cable box you have in your entertainment center so that the Xbox One can turn them on and off and control them using infrared (IR).  But, I wanted to take it quite a bit further.

I wanted to control more than just my entertainment center electronics with my Xbox One.  Those Xbox voice commands are so convenient, I wanted them to also turn my lights on and off.

Here is my integrated entertainment center home automation demo…

What I’ve already covered

I have some remote-controlled color-changing LED light strips around the edges of my TV, and in my previous article, I explained how to integrate them with my Z-Wave home automation system.  Now I have scenes setup on my Vera that tell the LED light strips to toggle on and off as well as scenes for different colors.

But how can I make the Xbox One send IR commands that trigger these Vera scenes?  Here’s how I did it…

Xbox One, Talk to the HTPC

Since I use a home theater PC (HTPC) running XBMC/Kodi instead of cable or satellite, I did not have any cable box configured in the Xbox One, so I told the Xbox that my cable box is a Windows Media Center PC.  This made the Xbox One send IR commands as if it were turning a Windows Media Center PC on and off.

HTPC, Listen to the Xbox One

The next step is to figure out how to get my HTPC to start listening to those IR commands.  I already have a USB IR receiver which I use for the Logitech Harmony remote so it’s technically receiving the IR commands, but I need to figure out which commands and what to do with them.

So, I installed EventGhost.  I highly recommend EventGhost to anyone that wants to implement any kind of automation on a Windows PC.

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What I did was install the MceRemote plugin (which allows EventGhost to intercept incoming Media Center remote IR commands) and started making the Xbox One send commands by turning it on and off.  When I did that, EventGhost would pick up incoming IR commands and I would drag them from the left side over to the right side to configure them with actions.

HTPC, Trigger a Z-Wave Scene on the Vera

Now, what action can I create in EventGhost that would trigger a Z-Wave scene?  Well, a batch script, of course!

I did some research and found there is an HTTP interface to the Vera that allows you to do almost anything.  This is what various Z-Wave Remote mobile apps use.  So, I wrote a batch script.

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The first line has “@echo off” to allow the script to run invisibly (avoids the black command prompt window from popping up in front of my shows).

The second line is a “wget” command that basically does an HTTP call to the URL provided.  The URL is the IP address of my Vera with a bunch of variables that define many things including which scene number to run (ex. 46).

Note: Before saving the URL into the batch file, test it to make sure it will work by simply entering the URL in your browser.  It will return some info on the page that can tell you if it was successful or if it failed.

 Success!

I now have my lights toggling on and off along with the Xbox One!

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Xbox Is Getting a Night Mode Which Lets You Dim the Lights

By Ste Knight

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You can now alter the brightness of the Xbox console and controller lights, as well as dimming your screen.

If, like this writer, your eyeballs recoil at anything higher than one lumen, your luck might be in, especially if you own an Xbox. How so? Because you're about to get a Night Mode feature to give your oversensitive rods and cones a bit of respite.

Xbox Unveils Console Night Mode

Let's be honest, staring at a bright screen for hours isn't good for your eyes. It doesn't matter whether or not you can feel your eyes straining, they will be if your screen is bright.

Likewise, the LEDs on devices can be unnecessarily bright. So much so that you may find you need to remove these sources of light from a room you're trying to sleep in; console and controller LEDs being a case in point.

So, it is splendid news that the latest Xbox Insider Release Notes reveal that Night Mode is coming to Xbox soon. It is available to Xbox Insider alpha testers as of today, and Microsoft will roll it out to further testing before it hits everyone's console.

What Is Xbox Night Mode?

Essentially, Xbox Night Mode allows you to dim the LED lights on your Xbox console and controllers. So, you can now reduce the amount of light your power button is emitting. Likewise with the controller, you can dim the Home Button and other lights you find on the device.

Not only that, but it also allows you to dim your screen, too. So if your screen is too bright, you can reduce the strain on your eyes by lowering the brightness from your console.

You can even schedule Night Mode. So, if you want ti to come on at certain times, i.e. when you want to go to bed, set your console up to dim all of your lights to nothing and you can sleep even while your console is on. This allows it to auto-update, for example, because you don't need to switch your console off to get rid of those bright LED lights.

Why Is Xbox Night Mode a Useful Feature?

If you have sensitive eyes and you're always hunting for the dark mode in your apps and on your favorite websites, then this is great to reduce the strain on your eyes when you're on your Xbox.

Even when your Xbox isn't in use, it is a great way to stop the bright LED lights from disturbing you in other ways, particularly when you want to get some rest in a dark room. Nobody wants a bright green light invading their dreams.

Related: How to Save Battery Life on Your PS5 DualSense Controller

It is also useful in terms of power consumption, though. Especially in respect to battery-powered controllers. Dimming the lights to their lowest level means your battery isn't working as hard to light them up. Thus, you should see an improvement in battery life.

Dim Those Xbox Lights!

You can now dim your Xbox lights, and it is a great idea to do so for the reasons stated above. Reducing eye strain while playing video games is of utmost importance if you want to protect your eyesight, and a bit more juice in your controller isn't a bad thing, either.

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Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller Has RGB Button Lighting But Only On Steam

Reddit users have discovered the option to change the Xbox Elite Series 2's LED color through Steam, a feature that appears to have been kept secret.

The pro-grade Xbox Elite Series 2 controller appears to have some RBG-tweaking features, but only when it's connected to Steam. Xbox controllers are known for being highly customizable, with robust personalization for Series X|S controllers recently becoming available through the Design Lab.

The Xbox Elite Series 2 controller has been positioned by Microsoft to be the premium option for Xbox users, offering a wealth of swappable components and more nuanced calibration options. It was released in 2019 and followed the Series 1 controller, improving upon its predecessor through increased build quality and additional features. Both Series 1 and Series 2 controllers are also compatible with PC as part of Microsoft's larger initiative to create synergy between console and PC gaming. PC users can connect and modify these controllers via the Xbox Accessories App, allowing players to seamlessly switch from their Xbox consoles.

Related: Xbox Design Lab: Where & How To Design Your Own Xbox Controller

PC users do look to have access to a significant perk when it comes to the Elite Series 2 controller: RGB customization. In a Reddit post on September 11, user Pyrored14 shared a series of images displaying multiple different colors of the controller's menu button backlight. In the title of the post, Pyrored14 explains that they discovered this via Steam's settings, rather than from any official marketing or informational material from Microsoft. In a separate post, a user calling themselves KevLinK shared a video of Steam's controller personalization settings, showing an adjustable slider for the gamepad's LED color. In the comments, KevLinK explains that this option was not available for the standard Xbox One controller.

This news seems to have come as a major surprise to owners of the Xbox Elite Series 2 controller, as this information was not widely known up until this point. Unlike PlayStation controllers that feature dynamically changing LED lights for games like Resident Evil Village, the backlight on Xbox controllers has always been considered much more static. Many users were likely unaware that the controller had an RGB light at all, much less a customizable one.

The decision to obfuscate this cool feature is sure to baffle many fans of the Xbox Elite Series 2 controller, especially when taking into account the company's emphasis on customization in the past. If anything, the option to change the color of the backlight would make the device significantly more marketable and appealing. The fact that this feature is absent for players on Xbox consoles is also confusing, as one might assume that more robust customization would be offered through the controller's native platform. If Microsoft takes notice of this positive fan response, however, the backlight on Xbox Elite Series 2 controllers could become adjustable on Xbox consoles in the future, rather than just through Steam.

Next: Xbox One Controllers Are Getting Xbox Series X/S Upgrades

Source: Pyrored14/Reddit, KevLinK/Reddit

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