Tuesday, December 15, 2009

reMap: A Visual Wall of Websites

  • If you haven't experienced a visual wall as a graphical way to navigate the internet, then you will need to take a look at this website. Begin by scrolling at the bottom to the right through the tags (they are arranged alphabetically) from the year 1999 to Yahoo! Watch how responsive and dynamic this content is! Click on one of the tags and you will see the graphics change in the visual wall. Then you can browse through the images. If you want to explore one further, you can 'pop it out' by clicking in the very upper right corner of the image- an arrow appears. This allows you to read a brief annotation of the image and will provide the URL and you can view the website in a new page or tab. Play and enjoy.

    tags: remap, visual, images, browser, visualization, visualisation

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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