Most of you who read this web page take copious amounts of photographs. Unless you have unlimited wall space and a massive ink budget along with paper, you most likely only print a few. Generally, I only have wall space for about 3 prints on the wall of my office. I tried changing them up frequently, but this led to near bankruptcy. Seeing that printer ink for my R1800 runs about $36,000 a gallon, roughly the price of a gallon of gasoline in the year 2116. That coupled with the printer seemingly to be constantly craving ink of one color or another between nearly every 16×20 print. So I needed to make something to display the pictures of my entire photo library. Most digital picture frames are tiny little devices with limited onboard storage. I needed something bigger and with a lot more storage. Lets face it, modern digital cameras take pictures that require more memory than an old system 360 IBM had (and it took up the entire 5th floor of the Math Sciences building at UCLA). This is not a truly innovative idea, but the execution is to repurpose a technology device at the end of its lifespan. It also solved a design flaw in all the digital displays; a cord has to get to them with power and signal. So unless you like to poke holes in your walls to route wires this may be a solution.