Artkick Launches Kickstarter Campaign For The Digital Photo Frame, Reimagined

June 3, 2015 - photo frame

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LOOK(TM) by Artkick – The Digital Picture
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SAN FRANCISCO, June 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Artkick currently launched a LOOK, an Internet-connected high clarification arrangement that redefines a digital print frame, around a 30-day Kickstarter campaign. The LOOK builds on and improves a once-cumbersome digital print support with an easy-to-use, pixilation-free, vast HD screen. The LOOK connects friends, family and interests by automatically displaying cinema from mixed sources, including print pity sites and amicable networks, all tranquil by a set-it-and-forget-it elementary app.

Artkick has also worked with Getty Images to yield entrance to some-more than 70 million veteran photographs, including some of a many tangible imagery of a 20th century and up-to-the notation cinema of worldwide sporting, party and news events.  In addition, LOOK subscribers have entrance to a largest print and art collection ever fabricated for one device, with curated masterpieces from some-more than 4,000 museums, including The Louvre and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

“Posting cinema onto digital print frames was too formidable and time-consuming,” says Sheldon Laube, arch executive officer during Artkick. “We focused on creation a LOOK shade bigger and better. Users usually take cinema and post them to amicable media sites and they magically seem on LOOK.”

Controlled from a LOOK Connect app for iOS or Android, a LOOK automatically pulls photos from followed amicable media channels and print pity sites, providing a everlasting tide of photos to friends, family and fans. When new cinema are posted to renouned networks like Facebook, Instagram, Flickr and Pinterest, they now seem on LOOK, as prolonged as a user’s accede settings concede sharing. For example, LOOK users could uncover photos from a vacation during a day, a Monet portrayal during dinner, and afterwards Getty Images photos from yesterday’s round diversion during night.

Featuring a shining 1080p, HD Wi-Fi connected arrangement and an superb black frame, LOOK measures 27 inches by 18 inches, weighs 12 pounds, well runs on fewer than 50 watts of power, and mounts horizontally or plumb on a wall, or stands on a tabletop. It can be set to stagger photos and to energy off and on during specific times.

The initial 150 Kickstarter backers will accept a LOOK for a special cost of $349. Additional backers will accept special Kickstarter pricing of $399. After a campaign, LOOK will sell for $499. As shortly as Artkick secures $50,000 subsidy on Kickstarter, they will go to prolongation (estimated smoothness time is October 2015). The cost of a LOOK includes a free, 6 month subscription that enables entrance to a web, Getty Images and museum art. The LOOK might be used with no subscription price to arrangement a museum art only.

For some-more information, greatfully revisit a Kickstarter page here.

About Artkick
Artkick® brings a intensity that was never satisfied with digital print frames to LOOK, an internet-connected high clarification print arrangement built on a worldly cloud formed server infrastructure with amicable media tie software. Display overwhelming works of art from a world’s tip museums, along with pretentious photographs, including photographs from personal amicable media networks. Artkick now offers Entertainment, Sports and News subscriptions to best-in-class photography, featuring Getty Images, a premiere provider of imagery to a world’s many successful websites, newspapers, magazines, films and radio shows. For some-more information, revisit

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