According to digital artist Jake Levine, “There are so many artists” making beautiful works on and for computers – referencing the huge Tumblr community. But putting that art on physical walls has been nearly impossible. Levine’s Electric Objects, which has raised more than $3 million in funding, aims to change that. The sleek, 22-by-13 inch flatscreens are wired specifically to display art. Their brightness dims in tandem with sunlight, and their matte finish blocks glare so they resemble actual paintings. And a companion smartphone app lets users switch what is displayed on a whim. Eventually, Levine hopes, from a marketplace full of digital artwork.