NETGEAR®, Inc. has recently announced that the NFTs (non-fungible tokens) of Async Art have been added to the large-scale art library for the Meural Smart Canvas platform.
Async Art is the first known programmable digital platform for crypto-art in the world. Now that it has been added to the library, it can also be enjoyed on the NETGEAR Meural Smart canvas platform.
What makes Async unique in the NFT market is its ability to allow artists to make their artworks dynamic. Each of the artworks consists of a series of programmable layers that shift according to ownership or public data points.
The Meural platform serves as the optimal vehicle for showcasing this unique approach, with the Async channel automatically reflecting each artwork’s change as time goes by.
From the moment we launched our platform we envisioned having programmable artworks on a beautiful, dedicated digital frame. With Meural’s support, Async Art just took another huge step in bridging the NFT space into the physical world. Our two teams cannot be more excited to launch a dynamic, interactive artwork experience for Meural. This has been one of the best examples of merging cutting-edge technology with an art community to bring a completely new way to experience digital art.
Conlan Rios, CEO and Founder of Async Art
Meural has been part of NETGEAR’s Smart Home product line since 2018, aiming to realize the company’s vision of a fully connected world.
The premium digital Canvas delivers a realistic art viewing experience that is controllable via gesture, desktop, mobile app, or Amazon Alexa (voice).
From its inception, the Meural platform has been building solutions for digital art, artists, photographers and collectors. NFTs are the latest innovation in a world where the Meural display and content platform is the undisputed leader, and this exciting partnership with Async is another step towards driving forward to a new era of art appreciation.
Poppy Simpson, Senior Manager, Product and Content Curation at NETGEAR
With Meural Canvas, users can interact with their art daily as its library of more than 30,000 licensed artworks acts as a great media distribution platform for visual arts.