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^ nope a digital art marketplace by the peeps behind fffound - the screen is a way of displaying your digital artworks with gesture controlled interface.
I haven't seen many mahogany framed monitors so nope not really.
Awesome idea (yugop!). However, and I'm basing this off of my issues with existing digital photo frames, it must be powered somehow. I'd imagine this having cords and shit all over the pace. Realistically speaking, would you get some kind of custom recessed wall receptacle / power supply in the back of each frame? I'm sure it MUST had a power cord that doesn't lay flat or it's at least thick enough that it doesn't add to the protrusion from the wall. Getting a power supply on a wall that's higher that typical outlets pretty much means if you move the frame, you're looking at removing electrical shit (can't have it sit under drywall), or more electrical / patchwork.
- I guess if you're spending that much on a picture frame, ur probably not worried about that thofyoucher1
- true but don't really see how that differs from a wall mounted TVfadein11
- Multiple frames... and a mounted TV is typically in a spot where a TV will usually be located. So that location would probably always be therefyoucher1
- always be therefyoucher1
- yep guess sofadein11
what's to stop you from bypassing this entirely by loading up a memory stick full of JPEG's from your favorite sites and plugging it into your HDTV and just using the internal slideshow? if you want music create an mp4 and put it on loop.
vaporware? Seems like a large smartphone display. Considering a good IPS is about 300 dollars. Tossing in a quad processor/GPU and custom walnut frame and handwork, I'd say there is no way this is real.
People only ever buy things they need. Nobody ever spends money on things that are frivolous like this. Never ever.