Barrett 6:51pm, 13 June 2008
Here's a cool add-on for the Firefox browser that's hard to explain. Basically, it allows you to explore Flickr (your photostream, other people's photostreams, pools, etc.) using a weird, 3-D scrolling technique that's might be a bit nauseating for some, but I kind of like it. It presents the photos on a black background, allows you to flip through a photostream viewing all the photos large, and has a few other features as well.

Like I said, it's an add-on for Firefox. I think it works with other browsers, too, but not as well. You can use it to explore Flickr, YouTube, Google Images, Photobucket, and a handful of other sites.

From the website:
PicLens transforms your browser into a full-screen, 3D experience for viewing photos and videos across the web. With one click, PicLens makes online media come to life via an immersive presentation that goes beyond the confines of the traditional browser.
JustinSinks 10 years ago
ive been using piclens for a while, i like it. Except when there are small jpg thumbnails. You sometimes activate it without meaning to.
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