Fragmentr is a collaborative image remixing tool. Users can upload images to the active fragmentation which displays the most recent 5 images. The images are masked into 30 different fragments and shuffled at random. At regular intervals the site generates an archive of the fragmentations that form a visual blog.
Fragmentr beta is open to the public, and welcomes interesting images from your collections.
Note: Fragmentr uses Webkit CSS which is only supported by Chrome and Safari browsers.
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I already said it when you demoed in class, but it’s worth reiterating: this thing is awesome.