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The Artkick App Allows People to Show Iconic Artworks on Televisions

 - Jan 11, 2014
References: artkick & psfk
Televisions might not be the eyesores they once were a decade or two ago, but they can still be a big black void during large parties, intimate get-togethers and everything in between; that is unless a person gets the Artkick app. The Artkick app pulls publicly-available images sourced from international museums, NASA, and the Library of Congress to display on one's television.

But these aren't just any ol' images. The Artkick app collects famous artworks such as The Tentons and the Snake River by Ansel Adams and Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh. The images a chosen through the user's iPhone or Android device, which is converted into a sort of remote to view what's available.