Are you prepared for the most advanced RGB gaming experience available? You had better be, because with the new Nanoleaf x Razer Chroma Connect Integration, your setup has the potential to become the ideal battlestation you’ve always envisioned it to be. How To Connect Nanoleaf To Razer Synapse?
Sounds good, but you have questions? Everything you need to know about the Nanoleaf x Razer Chroma Connect Integration is included in this guide.
How does one go about setting it up?
The procedure for the setup consists of 7 easy steps:
- Click on this link to get the Nanoleaf Desktop App as well as Razer Synapse for Windows.
Within the Nanoleaf Desktop App, you will see:
- Add your Nanoleaf devices by either manually pairing them or signing in to your account.
- Navigate to the “Entertainment” option located in the sidebar, and after that, select the “Razer Chroma RGB” button.
- Choose the Nanoleaf devices that you want to have control over, and position or rotate them as required.
In the Razer Synapse app, you will see:
- Select “CONNECT” from the menu bar, then select “DEVICES” from the menu bar at the top.
- Activate the “Chroma Connect” and “Nanoleaf” switches located under the Chroma Connect module.
- Activate Razer Chroma by toggling the “Enable Razer Chroma” switch in the Nanoleaf Desktop App.
Which kinds of electronic gadgets does it support?
This integration is compatible with all of Razer’s Chroma-enabled devices as well as all of Nanoleaf’s RGB lighting products. That means you can use it with your Essentials Bulbs and Lightstrips as well as your Shapes and Canvas!
It is essential that you be aware that in order to utilize Essentials with this integration, you will need to upgrade the firmware on your Lightstrips or Bulbs to a version that is at least 1.6.8. Additionally, you must use them through Thread rather than Bluetooth, which necessitates the purchase of a gadget with a suitable Thread Border Router activated, such as the HomePod mini or the AppleTV 4k.
This is the place where you may find out more information on the marvels of Thread.
Windows is the only platform that can presently make use of the Razer Synapse App and the Nanoleaf x Razer Chroma Connect connection. Mac users need not fear, however, since our Desktop App still provides access to a variety of additional functions, including Screen Mirror.
What are some possible applications for it?
Because of this integration, your lights will all be able to be synchronized to play the same color animations at the same time, as was indicated before. They are also able to respond to events happening in-game in your favorite games, such as Overwatch, Apex Legends, and Fortnite. However, that’s not the end of it!
You may access multiple features for control and ultimate customization by installing different modules inside the Razer Synapse App. These modules provide you access to different functionalities. You may locate the modules by selecting the SYNAPSE > MODULES tab in the navigation bar. These are some of our top choices:
Chroma Studio allows you to find RGB lighting effects that are genuinely one of a kind, as well as adjust and tamper with them as much as your heart desires. Change the colors and movements of the effects that are already there, or create your own effects from from! Experiment with more complex effects such as “Ambient Awareness” to replicate color reflecting from your games, much as the Screen Mirror function in Nanoleaf.
Chroma Connect enables you to exercise command over all of the Chroma-enabled applications and third-party hardware devices you have installed. You may turn this feature on for your games by going to the CONNECT > APPS tab. (Since this is already included by default with Synapse, no extra downloads are necessary!)
Chroma Visualizer allows you to experience a dynamic degree of audio visualization as well as colored sound waves when you play your preferred music, games, and movies.
Does Nanoleaf have any compatibility issues with Razer Synapse?
This new integration allows you to finally construct the best RGB configuration possible by using the Nanoleaf Desktop App in conjunction with Razer Synapse. It has been upgraded to operate with Essentials Bulbs and Lightstrips* as well as an unlimited number of panels. Windows is the only operating system currently supported.
Why is Razer ending support for the Nanoleaf product?
Since they had been successful in finding a suitable successor, there was no need for them to keep up the arduous work. The new generation, which consisted of Shapes Triangles, Hexagons, Mini Triangles, and Mini Triangles, brought with them a fresh and exciting new vitality. And so, at long last, they triumphantly assumed their position as the new representatives of Nanoleaf. Hence, retirement.
Cannot establish a connection to Nanoleaf?
If the indicator light is blinking, it means that your Wi-Fi network has been setup successfully; nevertheless, the Lines cannot connect to the target network.
Restarting your Router’s Power Supply (unplug your Router from power, then plug it back in).
Delete the device from your account if your Lines are already linked on the Nanoleaf app, and then re-pair them using the Standard Pairing Process.