Pixazza, Now Luminate Brings App For Image Applications

'Luminate' launched a new platform that will allow web-based images to act as mini-applications.

What this will do, essentially, when we look at an image, we see several elements that, if we were looking at them in a real-world setting, we’d be able to touch and get a reaction out of.

What Luminate intends to do is make that situation a reality inside the web browser with minimal effort on the part of the developer or webmaster who wishes to have said functionality.

Here's how it works:

1. When a user sees a Luminate icon in the corner of the web image, it indicates that image is interactive.
2. Mouseover on the image will give you a variety of interactive web applications.
3. By clicking the image, users can engage in different online activities such as shopping, sharing, commenting and navigating directly from the images.

It's definitely a crazy idea. (Could be used as a final year project. 😉 What say?)


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