If you're a fan of Philips Ambilight system on TVs, now you can do something similar for your entire room as you browse the web using Vivaldi and some Philips Hue lamps.
The Vivaldi browser was created by a former Opera CEO and is designed for power users - well, everybody actually, as even non power users will likely add more and more tabs to their browsers until they can barely see its names. Vivaldi has tab stacking and other features that excel at handling a large number of open tabs; and with the latest version you get Philips Hue support as well.
This means that you can have your Philips Hue lamps light up to the color of the web pages you're browsing, and that creates quite an enjoyable experience. Considering Hue lamps customers are (evidently) big fans of decorative lighting, it's safe to assume they'll love this sort of thing, to the point that they might actually consider using Vivaldi as their main browser (you'll definitely wish for Chrome to have some of its tab management features, that's for sure.)
This new Vivaldi version also comes with other improvements: you can bow drag tab stacks between different windows; have an easier access to the "reader" mode; automatic screenshots when you take a note of a web page; and reduced size for browser updates.