Samsung’s newest TV doubles as an art gallery

Visiting museums isn’t the only way to take in beautiful art work. Thanks to Samsung’s newest TV, you can view some awesome pieces right in your home. 

It’s called The Frame, and it functions as a digital art slideshow when the television isn’t in use.

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Created by product designer Yves Behar, the device displays a rotating selection of more than 100 visuals curated by Elise Van Middelem.

"The Frame uses modern technology to bring art into our homes; for many, this will be their first true art collection," Behar told Architectural Digest.

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The eco-friendly product offers three styles: black, white and wooden. It also adjusts the brightness level of the images based on the light in the room, and it automatically powers off when it detects no one in the room. 

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