A Living Pictures Digital Picture Frames to Support Windows Sideshow
A Living Picture Press Release
digital photo frames running Windows SideShow will be presented in the keynote presentations of both Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect, Microsoft, and Will Poole, Senior Vice President, Windows Client Business, Microsoft.
Seattle (PRWEB) May 22, 2006—A Living Picture is working with Microsoft to enable Windows SideShow capabilities on the full range of the A Living Picture Digital Photo Frames for the upcoming launch of Windows Vista. A Living Picture’s digital photo frames running Windows SideShow will be presented in the keynote presentations of both Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect, Microsoft, and Will Poole, Senior Vice President, Windows Client Business, Microsoft, and be on display at WInHEC.
Digital Picture Frames are steadily gaining popularity and are being integrated into an increasing number of homes and offices worldwide. A Living Picture’s digital picture frames will combine industry leading hardware, connectivity, and software components with a secure ecosystem to allow for the display and management of digital content within a home, office or for corporate use.
The incorporation of Windows SideShow capabilities will allow for further evolution of the digital photo frame by displaying not only pictures but a range of data usually tied to a PC. With the wireless and wired connectivity options available on the full range of A Living Picture digital photo frames end-users will be able to stream Windows SideShow information to any room in the home or office delivering information such as VoIP call notifications, weather information, stock quotes, Email notifications, whatever makes sense.
“A Living Picture is building a product and solution that will revolutionize the digital picture frame market allowing consumers to easily view and share their memories and experiences within their chosen environment,” said David Hayes, Co-Founder and CEO of A Living Picture. “Our advanced Windows CE Operating System and multiple connectivity options will allow for us to simply display digital media within any environment, but also allows us multiple options for the evolution of the space and incorporation of new and exciting technologies and features like Windows SideShow.”
“A Living Picture’s advanced digital photo frame solution is a great tool for the Windows SideShow technology and we are working closely with A Living Picture on even more utilizations of their digital photo frame for the launch of Windows Vista,” said Peter Loforte, General Manager, Mobile Platforms Division at Microsoft.
About Us: Established in 2005, A Living Picture is building a range of digital media devices and components for sale in October of 2006 worldwide. A Living Picture combines years of expertise in design, manufacturing, distribution, and development of consumer electronic products, with industry leading software and web service design expertise to offer simple, affective, and complete products and solutions to consumers.