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    Talking Canviz Frames- Digital Art-Photography Display

    Hi guys, a team of us, fellow artists, animators and photographers never had a great way to display our work. I mean there are laptops, small smart phones, and your basic PC but we were looking for more of a wall hung poster or device to display all of our Cinemagraphs or other works of art. So we as artists and creators designed and built our own wall hung frames to do just that we call our frame Canviz. There are two sizes. They can be hung in portrait or landscape orientation. One we are calling portrait-sized, is a bit more than 22 inches tall, and the other we are calling poster-sized and is about the size of your average poster (more than 37 inches tall). They both have a resolution of 1080x1920, wide viewing angles of 170 degrees in both directions, and IPS LCDs for accurate colors and values from any vantage point. The frames of both displays are all wood, cut from solid blocks using a CNC. Both are low power and turn off on a customizable schedule. Canviz displays animated looping art seamlessly for however long you'd like, or still art for whatever duration you prefer. You can choose what displays and when, using our mobile app or website. Take a look at our kickstarter to learn more about Canviz:

    Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...ur-art-to-life

    http://canvizisart.com/

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    ... I get why this would be cool, but I'm guessing it will be pricier than just going out and getting a big-screen tv with wall-hanger and putting a frame on it, and plugging it into a laptop when I want to display work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Spot View Post
    If you combine the price of a tv screen and a laptop, it might not seem that pricey.
    fair point

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