Users take photos that are automatically geotagged via Foursquare, then categorized and shared.

Mobli CEO and founder Moshiko Hogeg isn’t trying to make another photo sharing service. His company intends to build a community around channels, where users organize their visual media (photos and videos) based on interest, location and topic.

The ultimate goal of Mobli is to see the world through another person’s eyes. And by geotagging uploaded photos, users at an event can see it from many different perspectives – the bleachers, backstage, and front row. Shared photos can be filtered automatically by date, category and location, so, for example, all the photos taken and uploaded at a New York Giants game could have the team’s logo added or be automatically put into a gallery on the team’s website.

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