Harvard Startup Offers a Physical Frame for Digital Photos on Kickstarter

April 8, 2015 - photo frame

A startup founded by Harvard University students is relocating toward reaching a Kickstarter goal for a new form of print frame—which radically lets we lamp in digital photos for display.

The startup, Skylight, is formed out of a Harvard Innovation Lab in Allston and combined a initial prototypes out of a Harvard dorm, pronounced Michael Segal, who founded a association with Ricardo Aguirre.

Skylight, according to Segal, is a “magical new approach to warn a desired one with photos.”

The support displays digital photos that are emailed to a dedicated Skylight email address. The photos “appear on your desired one’s Skylight seconds later,” Segal said.

As of this writing, a Skylight support has lifted some-more than $17,500 so distant toward a Kickstarter idea of $30,000. The debate runs by Apr 29.

Image pleasantness of Skylight.

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