The internet of things is already visible in common household appliances like smart televisions and power meters, but today thanks to companies like Gooee IoT is coming to our lights as well. Seeing the potential that data sharing can have for lighting systems, companies are coming out with lights that utilize the internet of things. With the advantages available from IoT lights can generate data based upon certain factors, such as daily usage, and share that with other devices within a building. Your home can “learn” which rooms you spend the most time in and will adjust appliances in those rooms according to that usage. The energy used by certain lights might decrease if you are using that room during daylight hours while it may increase if you use the room at night. These lighting systems will eventually set off a revolution in architecture, security, and many other disciplines as researchers improve the internet of things.