FrameWizard Photo Frame Brings Digital Photos Alive In Eerie Ways

Posted: Jan 8 2010, 10:38am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:48pm CDT, in News | CES

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FrameWizard by FaceCake Marketing Technologies is an upcoming Photo Frame with unique software features that allow you to animate your digital photos in eerie ways: Suddenly eyes blink or hair waves of people in your snapshots.
FrameWizard is making it apparently very easy to add these effects to your photos using four software components: Moving Memories, Element Effects, Change of Scenery and Matte Magic. Users can then display their one-of-a-kind memories on a feature-loaded, state-of-the-art digital frame.

FrameWizard can be purchased at, and will also be sold by major retailers and online at The 8- and 15-inch frames include Pro Edition software compatible with both PC and Mac computers.
The suggested retail price for the 8-inch frame is $199.99, and $299.99 for the 15-inch model.
FaceCake Marketing Technologies, Inc. also offers a 7-inch frame, which includes Starter Edition software with Element Effects and Matte Magic for only $149.99.

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