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Tv2art Lightascope Converts Flat Panels Into Live Art

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For those times when there’s nothing worth watching on any of the 500+ channels on TV, here’s a way you can put that $5000 flat panel to good use.

TV2ART Lightascope

TV2ART’s Lightascope attaches to the front of your flat panel television and transforms moving images into a work of abstract modern art. The Lightascope hooks onto your screen using a special non-adhesive “nanotechnology micro-suction” tape (that sure sounds fancy!) so it won’t damage your display. The artworks are even designed to provide visual interest when when your TV is turned off.

Lightascope panels come in a variety of different patterns and in 32-inch ($99), 42-inch ($149) and 50-inch ($199) sizes. Each one comes with a special protective artist’s portfolio case for storage when not attached to the front of your set.

It sure beats having to watch an episode of Two and a Half Men or Gilmore Girls.

[via MocoLoco]