Controversy Averted in Latest Da Vinci Release

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Art Image L.A. and Plasma Window release new "Da Vinci" DVD.

Plasma Art - Da Vinci DVD

While the DaVinci Code movie continues to create a stir at the box office, a new Da Vinci DVD release aims to create excitement on those popular new high definition flat panel TVs.

The "Plasma TV Art - Da Vinci DVD", produced by Art Image L.A and released by Plasma Window (, is designed to turn plasma and LCD flat panel displays into virtual works of art.

The DVD contains 30 of Leonardo Da Vinci's most famous masterpieces including the Mona Lisa, the Last Supper and Vitruvian Man, each slowly alternating on the TV screen.

"The Plasma TV Art - Da Vinci DVD is basically a design item that allows you to put a virtual art gallery in your living room," said Jennifer Long, president of Art Image L.A. and executive producer of the DVD. "Many people mount flat screen TVs on the wall like a picture frame, this DVD allows you to fill that screen with the world's most famous art."

Each painting and drawing on the "Plasma TV Art - Da Vinci DVD" displays for two minutes before cycling to the next work. This is to prevent image burn in on plasma TVs. The visuals are accompanied by a classical music soundtrack or relaxation ensemble selected by the user.    

The "Plasma TV Art - Da Vinci DVD" is the latest in a series of "ambient media" releases by Plasma Window, a Los Angeles company specializing in fine art and imagery DVDs for widescreen HD flat panel displays.

As millions of consumers make the conversion to high definition flat screen TVs, and make the screens the centerpieces of their homes, the desire for ambient media has grown. The ambient DVDs allow users to display fine art images on otherwise blank, high end TVs.

While designed for widescreen HDTVs, the "Plasma TV Art - Da Vinci DVD" does work on all standard TVs.

The "Plasma Art - Da Vinci DVD" is available now at

For press information, images and DVD samples, please contact:

Chris Gordon

Plasma Window

310-402-6209 direct

310-388-3276 fax


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