May 13, 2011
Thinglink Changes How People Interact With Photos: SF Music Tech
I had a chance to chat with the Thinglink team at SF Music Tech last week. They're a provider of image interaction tools, which aims to change how people interact with photos by transforming them into a navigational surface for search, commerce, and social connection. In other words, you can mouse over images or objects within images and have them convert to clickable links. (think singers, songs, instruments and more).
90+ billion photos online offer rich opportunities for in-image links to engaging user experiences that will transform how we interact with images. Have a listen to their explanation below on the show floor at San Francisco's Kabuki Hotel.
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