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Loupe launches Motion Art channel exclusively on Apple TV

Currently, folks can’t visit art galleries and museums, so Loupe has launches its Motion Art channel exclusively on the Apple TV app. The goal is to bring a “mesmerizing contemporary art form right into homes. 

Motion Art, which is popular on social media and as backdrops at concerts and DJ sets, encompasses many new forms of art created with computers. In addition to Motion Art, the Loupe app offers more than 30 themed channels featuring still images of art — all available for free for personal use.

Loupe’s Motion Art channel provides viewers with a harmonious and continuous experience of short-form engaging and rarely exhibited content from Patrick Foley, Joe Winograd, Veggie Tempura and ARTI.NYC Productions, among others. Over time, Loupe will filter in work by additional artists in its catalog. 

Loupe has also made updates to its proprietary art player, which streams a continual, randomized array of still images from around the world themed by curated channels (e.g. “Happy Hour,” “Tranquil”) or colors. Users can also play music from Apple Music or other music apps while the Loupe app is streaming.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.