Settings for the Meural Canvas can also be customized via their smartphone app. And part of what makes the Meural Canvas so amazing is the fact that it has capacity for up to 8GB of photos. There is also 2GB of RAM, WiFi built in, 1.8GHZ, an anti-glare matte surface (HUGE FOR PHOTO DISPLAYS) an ambient light sensor, and of course Meural’s set of proprietary hardware and algorithms that make the art interactive. Then there’s customization available for the types of wood involved like Poplar and Walnut.
So why am I so hyped about the Meural Canvas? I think it’s the perfect way for photographers who have never or barely ever print photos to be able to experience the next generation of in-person art and photography. It combines something you’re familiar with (a screen) with something else that you’re bound to be familiar with (gestures). Of course, it isn’t as complicated as paper either. These aren’t designed to eliminate the paper experience–very few things can replace the in-person experience of a well lit luster photo, but it’s bound to make people interact with and peruse through your art at their own discretion.
Head on over to Meural’s website for more.