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View a digital art collection of masters and emerging artists on a Gesture-Controlled Frame

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Meural is an interconnected digital frame that can display fine art with a swipe of a hand. Featuring a matte 27” display with ambient light sensors, the display will be crisp and vivid enough to display even the subtlest brush stroke.

But what sets the Meural apart is its unique subscription service. The New York-based startup aims to provide its users with a constant stream of high-quality images of both iconic and emerging art pieces.

Meural is working closely with museums, galleries and artists to create an innovative new layer in visual culture by increasing the opportunity for exploration and accessibility

– Meural CEO Vladimir Vukicevic

The screen is connected via Wi-Fi and cloud-based controls also lets you upload your own artwork for display. Currently on a 60 day sale, the Meural retails for $395 (regular price $495) inclusive of a 12-month subscription. After the first year, subscription will cost $4.95/month.

The price is justified by the ability to have priced paintings (think Monet, Kandinsky) hanging around your living room at different times of day (with some simple gesture control).

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For those more interested in contemporary pieces, Meural also accepts submissions from current artists and is keen on building relationships with contemporary art businesses.

For under $500, you get access to the full spectrum of fine art, a beautiful statement piece for your home and the latest in consumer technology—what more could you ask for?

– Meural Director of Business Development Simonne Hurse

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FAD covered a similar system from Acne Studio called CURATER more details: fadwebsite.com/2015/01/12/

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