SignalRGB Feature Roadmap

Ongoing Pledge
The SignalRGB team will continue to refine and add devices to the supported devices list, and this includes everything from keyboards, mice, headphones, AIO, fans, RAM, CPUs and motherboards (and WiFi in the future). Furthermore, we intend to go beyond lighting supporting features like DPI, button assignments, battery life, side-tone, and EQ.
2023 Objectives*
WiFi Device Support
Create an open, Javascript-based plugin system for connected home products. Example brands of products are Nanoleaf, Govee, Twinkly, LiFX, Philips Hue, Etc.
Cloud Based Plugin Engine
The ability to push on-demand updates and add new product support to our community.
Macro Key Support
Support for Macro buttons on products like the Razer Naga, Logitech G502, Corsair Scimitar, Logitech G915, Corsair K100, etc.
Video/Image Import Effect
The ability to import, scale and position a video or image on your battlestation.
Animated Desktop Capture
Your desktop wallpaper will be represented on your peripherals through SignalRGB.
Accent Color Support
Flash memory-based devices cannot be controlled in real time meaning you can only assign a preset effect defined by the manufacturer or assign a single color (this is a limitation by the manufacturer). Accent color support would give SignalRGB the ability to support flash-based devices through single color control. Example products are the Glorious Model O and Model D, Redragon Peripherals, Zotac GPUs, Etc.
*The mentioned objectives are subject to change and can be implemented in any order. While the list is somewhat prioritized, you should not assume this will come out in this exact order.