Gifts Personalized By Visualization Of Social Media Activity

Gifts Personalized By Visualization Of Social Media Activity
technology

Using public data gathered from the APIs of social networks, the Really Interesting Group was able to prototype unique gifts based on the activity of the recipients.

Kyle Studstill
  • 5 january 2010

Using public data gathered from the APIs of social networks, the Really Interesting Group was able to prototype unique gifts based on the activity of the recipients. These included snowmen whose head size reflected the recipients’ number of followers on Twitter, as well as more abstract ornaments shaped by the frequency of aperture values on Flickr and data from Last.fm and Dopplr.

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