Maxwell Ryan
Jan 30, 2007

Digital cameras may be changing photography, but it's the photographers themselves who are changing the whole game. Enter Twexus by Andreas Wacker.

We have been slowly catching on to the growing legions of photoblogs out there and puzzling with the new ways in which this will play a part in our lives, and our most recent prediction is that perhaps Bill Gates was right (but not in the way that he thought).

Inspired by Twexus, a photoblog that allows you to search among its 20,000 images randomly and play them in pairs in a slideshow format, we see digital slideshows playing on a wall (or in a wall) as art in the future.

Go to Twexus and check out the pairs, and you will get mesmerized by the steady march and variation of image. Moving photography, not still photography, that is the thing. (via JoshRubin)

- Infrangible
- Chromasia
- Daily Dose of Imagery
- Commute

(Re-edited from 2004-06-22 - mgr)

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