Organizing your images with Cooliris

Cooliris is a plug-in for your browser which displays images in a wonderful “3D Wall” effect – you can browse your own image folders, or online image searches (google, flickr, etc.). There’s a great explanation of it here:
http://aahvrc.blogspot.com/search?q=cooliris

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2 Responses to “Organizing your images with Cooliris”


  1. 1 Jen H. May 7, 2009 at 4:48 am

    What if I become disoriented by this “Cooliris” effect, which endangers the fragile distinction between the digital worlds and my own? What kind of safety gear is required to use this plug-in responsibly?

    • 2 ucsbvrc May 7, 2009 at 3:27 pm

      Oh! Didn’t we mention you need special protective goggles? I’m so sorry. But I guess if you’ve broken the distinction, there’s nothing to be done….


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