About this aspect:
Designed to fit any home environment intelligently, the Nixplay Iris will dim and brighten its panel to best display photos according to your ambient light level.
How to make it work:
This setting can be enabled/disabled under Settings>Display and Volume Settings.
Light Sensor Enabled Automatically adjusts your screen brightness based on the surrounding ambient light level. In environments with lower light the panel will dim and in brighter environments the panel will brighten to best display your photos. A higher brightness level will help to counteract the glare from direct light on your screen to improve overall picture color and clarity.
Light Sensor Disabled Sets your frame to use the current brightness setting and will not change based on the environment's light levels. Perfect if you will use the frame somewhere where the level of ambient lighting does not change. To change the frame's brightness setting please go to Settings>Display and Volume. (see section 6.3 of the Nixplay Iris User Manual)
On the Frame:
Light Sensor (checkbox) - Enable/Disable the Light Sensor.
Important Note: Even when the Light Sensor is enabled, you can still adjust the brightness by moving the brightness slider bar. After choosing your preferred brightness level, the frame will now use it as the 'standard' brightness and will adjust to the ambient light level accordingly.
On the Web App:
While logged into Nixplay.com,
Please click on Frames Page
Click your Nixplay Iris Frame
Scroll down passed your Playlists to General Settings
Select Off or On to enable or disable as desired.