Canvia uses proprietary image processing and built-in sensors that adapt curated art to your room’s ambient visual conditions and décor
Canvia's new Kickstarter brings art into the modern world of technology - The SociableArt is a hobby and skill dating back to human's earliest days, which has been demonstrated by simple yet captivating cave paints around the world. On the other hand, technology is a field which, in recent years, has come to dominate human attention throughout the world in numerous ways.
Canvia Lets You Display Priceless Paintings In Your HomeI'm not a minimalist by far, but there's a reason the walls in my house are bare. I'm indecisive. It's the same reason I've never been able to get a tattoo. It's a commitment I can't seem to make because I don't know what my tastes and opinions will be five years down the line.
A new digital picture frame is nearly indistinguishable from a real canvasDigital picture frames are pretty old news now. But a new Kickstarter campaign has our attention -- with a promise of a digital display which uses ambient light sensors and some smart tech to look indistinguishable from an actual framed work of art. You get a massive library of images, too.
Canvia: The World's Most Realistic Interactive Art Display - Core77Here's an interesting product that might raise some thorny copyright issues. Canvia is a digital frame that allows you to display artwork in either portrait or landscape, but what makes it different from others of its kind is that it contains built-in sensors and proprietary display software that renders its images realistic; in other words, oil paintings look like actual oil paintings, not just photographs of them.
Canvia's interactive art display mimics a beautifully-lit canvas on your wallThis 32-inch digital picture frame is designed to replicate the look of real artwork on your wall, down to the textures and brush strokes. It comes with a curated library of thousands of great works, offers the chance to support current artists, and senses ambient light to tune itself to the room.
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