TV2ART Serves Up Colorful Palette to Place Over Plasmas
TV2ART's Lightascope products create a dazzling rainbow to use as art when you want to hide your flat-panel TV.
TV2ART’s lightascope product in Leondardo’s Flood design
April 17, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger

For anyone who’s wanted to experience something close to that Laser Floyd show you saw at the planetarium back in college, or for anyone who just wants something really cool and colorful to look at instead of a blank plasma screen, TV2ART’s Lightascope products might be the thing for you.

TV2ART’s products are silkscreen prints on vinyl that you attach to your TV. They sample light and color from the TV while it is on, and work while it is off as well. Colors dazzle on the screen in three styles: Rollercoaster, Leonardo’s Flood and Morpheus.

The screens are available for TVs in sizes of 32 (small), 42 (medium) and 50 inches (large). All three screens are available in the medium size, Rollercoaster is available in all three sizes, and Leonardo in medium and large. Pricing is $149, $199 and $259 for the three sizes, respectively, and a package of all three designs (available in medium size) runs $499.

Go to www.tv2art.com to check out the designs, as well as piece together a screen, video clip and audio track for a virtual test run of what it can look like on your own flat-panel TV.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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