Netgear, the American computer networking company, has introduced a new addition to its Meural display collection, aimed at non-fungible token (NFT) collectors looking to showcase their digital artwork in the physical world.
The latest inclusion is the “Meural Opus,” a 27″ dynamic display that connects to an app, allowing NFT collectors to easily manage and exhibit their collections.
The display allows users to link their Metamask or Coinbase crypto wallets, verify the authenticity of their artworks, and display their collections on their walls. Additionally, a Bluetooth audio connectivity feature enables a multi-sensory experience by providing authentic sound to accompany the displayed art.
The Meural Opus app also offers customization options, enabling collectors to adjust the scale and size of their displayed NFTs as desired.
In celebration of the Meural Opus launch, Netgear is also offering an exclusive NFT to the first 20 customers. This NFT features an algorithmically generated portrait crafted by artist Eric Corriel, inspired by a historic digital file.
The Meural Opus display will be up for purchase next month at a price of $799.99, and prospective buyers can already sign up to receive updates about its release.
Netgear’s involvement with NFT art dates back to 2015 when it first introduced its Mural display line, showcasing its early recognition of the potential of NFTs.
Last year, the company collaborated with crypto wallet providers Coinbase and MetaMask, and also joined the SuperRare DAO to contribute to the development of a licensing and royalty framework for NFT display on digital screens.