EO2 digital display showcases art in your home or office

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The E02 digital display showcases over 20,000 pieces of artwork and gives you the ability to display your own.

We’re always on the hunt for cool and unique products here at Techaeris, and the EO2 digital display is one of them. Digital displays aren’t anything new, and digital picture frames have been around for ages, but the EO2 digital display offers something a little different.

EO2 is actually the second generation digital display product from Electric Objects. Designed from the ground up to showcase art, the Android, iOS, and web apps let you control the art on your wall with the swipe of a finger — think of it as a digital playlist for your favourite photos, animations, art pieces, and videos.

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Sample paintings you can see on the EO2 digital display.

Features of the EO2 include:

  • Free access to over 20,000 community-uploaded artworks plus the ability to upload your own
  • A 23-inch matte-finish, 1080p HD LCD screen designed to minimize glare
  • Ambient light sensors and a sleep timer that dim, brighten or turn on/off the display
  • Super-thin 3⁄4 inch frame and low profile 10-foot power cord
  • A 2.4 and 5GHz built-in WiFi antenna
  • Wall mounting hardware and non-slip rubber feet included out of the box

You can also customize your EO2 digital display with one of four custom hardwood frames — black or white painted frames, or handmade walnut and maple wooden frames, as well as with a stable, no-tip stand for placing the EO2 on a desk, table, shelf, or bookcase.

The EO2 is available for $299, and an optional $9.99 Art Club subscription service that showcases art from museums and other curation partners will be coming soon. Some artist and photographers you can expect to see in the Art Club include Vincent van Gogh, Utagawa Hiroshige, Joshua Liebowitz, Sebastiaan Dias, and more.

What do you think about the E02 digital display? Let us know in the comments below, or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.

  Source: Electric Objects
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