eidolon - The Artsy Auction Kiosk App

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The Artsy Auction Kiosk App.This is a core Artsy Mobile OSS project, along with Eigen, Energy, Emission and Emergence.

http://artsy.github.io/blog/2014/11/13/eidolon-retrospective/
https://github.com/artsy/eidolon

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