Start-up VizLingo illustrates what you type with short videos, then lets you send it to others across the web.

VizLingo is an online platform that translates what you type, animating each word of a message with a short video clip. The start-up, which operates out of New York City and Silicon Valley, was created by entrepreneurs Todd Younggren and Azeo Fables. It launched earlier this year and aims to grow a video-based language with the help of its users.

Type a message into the box and click ‘create' to see the words transformed into video descriptions. Then you can send your message across the web, via social networks and email, or to mobile phones. You can customize your message by swapping out the videos and the site claims to have tens of thousands of user-generated clips from all over the world. CEO Azeo Fables said:

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