Use Cooliris’s PicLens Firefox Plugin to browse images, videos like an iPhone!

Use Cooliris\'s Firefox Plugin to browse images, videos like an iPhone!

Cooliris’s PicLens brings you the web in a completely 3D format. You can go to your favorite sites like Flickr, Google image search, among the many major services you can use. You can even browse YouTube videos in 3D using their search function, which is nice.

It’s like having an iPhone version of viewing the web on your computer. If you get bored of traditional browsing, I definitely recommend to try this route for a change for images and videos.

Thanks to Sally over at Cooliris for the tip.

PicLens instantly transforms your browser into a full-screen media experience. With just one click, PicLens makes photos come to life via a cinematic presentation that goes beyond the confines of the traditional browser window. Available for Firefox (Windows and Mac)

Go download and try it

2 Responses to Use Cooliris’s PicLens Firefox Plugin to browse images, videos like an iPhone!

  1. Alec says:

    In case your readers are interested, here’s a link to our demo video that shows how PicLens can transform your YouTube experience.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QkpIO1TP0A

    You can literally search 100s of videos on our “PicLens 3D Wall” in a split second.

    Thanks so much for blogging about our new PicLens release. We hope you and your readers enjoy it.

    Cheers,
    Alec & The Cooliris Team

  2. Coollector says:

    If you like Piclens, and if you’re also a movie buff, here’s a freeware that uses Piclens 3D wall to display your DVD collection, your favorite movies & series, your favorite actors, etc…

    It also uses the latest PicLens feature to find videos on YouTube (trailers, interviews, making of, alternate scenes, spoofs, etc…)

    www.coollector.com

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