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Electronics April 2003
By Ben Ellison

Mind the Vectors
VisionArt Frame

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There’s a problem with those huge, gorgeous plasma TV screens: When you’re not watching the big game or Tony Bennett or whatever, the darn thing is a blank drag on your fine decor. Problem solved with VisionArt’s motorized art frames; when you turn the TV off, a limited-edition print rolls down and colorfully fills the hardwood frame, and vice versa. You get a choice of 300 distinctive works digitally reproduced to canvas using the Giclee ink spray method, along with eight frame styles in 28 finishes. Most any size is available, starting at around $7,500.

The Nortek Group Phone: (954) 761-3678. www.nortek.net.

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This article originally appeared in the March 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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