Home of the Future Includes Digital Art

Niio Partners With Unruly and News Corp. at Their Connected Home of the Future in London

2,000 sq. ft. location features internet connected products (IoT) from leading consumer brands, design companies and startups showing what we can expect at the home of 2020 will see, hear, smell, taste and feel like, including Niio powered digital art experiences.

  • A kitchen that tells you what to cook based on ingredients in your fridge.
  • A hallway that plays songs and displays digital art that matches your mood.
  • A bedroom that tracks your sleep and helps you select outfits based on the weather.

Niio @ the Unruly House of 2020

Niio is at the forefront of Art & Technology able to securely deliver and display premium digital art On-Demand to any connected screen in the world, instantly creating custom immersive environments including:

  • Multiple screen and projector canvases showing video, interactive and real time ‘living’ computational media art works from a global network of artists and galleries.
  • Mobile device and voice activation, alongside automatic curation which could even select art works based on your mood.

For more information on transforming your environment, contact our digital art concierge at [email protected].

Read the press release.





Featured image (Top): Simon Gosling (Futurist) and Ad Age London editor Emma Hall Credit: Unruly; Digital Artwork: Refik Anadol, Wind of Boston / Fluid Structures.

NIIO in the News: Articles of Note


Read What Our Partners Are Saying About Niio:

At Niio, our goal has been to make the world’s best moving image art accessible, discoverable and easy to display.  We’ve built out a global supply infrastructure together with industry leading partners so that we can enable a digital art installation on any type of screen or projector device, anywhere in the world, supplied, installed and running within a matter of days.

CE Pro:
Next Big Art Thing: ‘New Media’

“The opportunity in the art world has never been greater for A/V integrators, especially with a movement toward “new media art” comprising computer graphics, animations, virtual reality, interactivity and all other forms of “new media.”
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CE Pro Europe: 
Giant Leap For The Industry

“Barco Residential is confident that its offering with Niio can help take the industry to a whole new level, effectively becoming a ‘curator of experiences’ rather than simply a provider of technology products and services.”
>> Read more 

NOTE: This was one of the TOP 10 most clicked on stories in April. 


Whether you are interested in a premium media art installation for your home or office or you’d like to work with us as a Re-seller or Affiliate, please get in touch at [email protected].

Featured Image:

Barco Residential with Bitforms Gallery at Art Basel Miami featuring renowned artist Rafael Lozano- Hemmer’s Bilateral Time Slicer 2016 on Barco’s custom Direct LED digital canvas, highlighting their innovative approach to enabling unique new media art experiences in private residences. In the foreground you can see Rafael’s unique work Au Clair De La Lune 2016.