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Twitter In 3D

Twitter In 3D
culture
Francisco Hui
  • 1 june 2009

Minsh is a unique site that visualizes Twitter users as fish in a 3-dimensional, underwater world. Schools of fish gather based on their tweets. The site is in Alpha now with the Alpha 2 version to be released on July 13, 2009.

Richard Banks explains:

The concept behind the virtual world is that the social behaviour of fish will represent what people are talking about online. In the world of Minsh, people writing about a given subject find themselves swimming in the same school. When a person updates his or her Twitter status, the fish swims away to join people with similar thoughts on their minds.

Check out their site or stay updated with their blog.

[ Richard Banks via Infosthetics ]

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