Create a Kaleidoscope from (your) web site images

The Kaleidoscope generator from Project-Euh automatically creates animated Kaleidoscopes from web site images.

The flash application scans the provided URL for jpeg images and then creates an animation in seconds. Multiple scans will normally result in different kaleidoscopes.

As you can see below the results look impressive even more when they are moving.


click on the image for the jump

link to project-euh.com






The Kaleidoscope images above were generated with the home page of Duvet-Dayz.com from today.

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