Artkick transforms millions of Roku connected TVs into large interactive picture frames you control from your smartphone or tablet (Android or IOS). Van Gogh’s Starry Night, NASA’s Hubble images from deep space, Ansel Adams landscapes and contemporary photography are all easily and quickly viewable. Descriptions of the images and sometimes even videos are at your fingertips, so you can learn more about art every day. Explore Viewlists in categories like Museums, including the Louvre, MoMA and the Musee D’Orsay, or photographs of America’s National Parks. Discover and learn about sculptures by Michelangelo or a photo of the Crab Nebula. Share your love for these images with your friends and meet new ones who are passionate about Artkick via Facebook and Twitter. Your customized Viewlists can include art from any category, which you can then share with friends, just as Playlists can include songs from multiple genres like Jazz, Rock and Classical. We envision a future when infinite interchangeable art on flat screen panels replaces much of today’s “static art,” driven by the plummeting costs of internet connected screens. The cost of entry-level HDTVs is, in fact, already approaching the cost of framing a fine art poster of comparable size. Now any screen in your home can display any image you can imagine. With more screens on your walls, you can change the look and feel of your home with one touch on your phone or tablet.