PicLens brings web alive

Posted: July 1, 2008 in internet, Technology

PicLens | Immersive Views Across the Web

Very impressed with PicLens, a new Firefox plug-in I picked up from a recent TWIT podcast. Basically it brings an iTunes/Apple TV-style menu and coverflow to any images and video on the web. In fact, you can search out pretty much anything – news, sport, tech, movies, music – using its graphic “3D  search” and then just click and play the clip. It works with YouTube, Amazon, Google, Flickr, Facebook and a bunch of other sites. It’s produced by CoolIris and you can download it free for Firefox 2 and 3 (Mac and Windows), Internet Explorer and Safari. Very cool – well worth trying out.

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Comments
  1. Luna Yang says:

    Hi Chris,

    Thank you for posting about PicLens! We truly appreciate it.

    We’re delighted to hear that you are enjoying PicLens 1.7 with the three new additions: Discover, Shop Amazon, and Return to PicLens.

    For interested readers, please check out http://piclens.com/demo/ and http://blog.cooliris.com to learn more.

    Thanks again,
    Luna and The Cooliris Team

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