Re: [videoblogging] flickr viewer movie

On 08/09/2004, at 2:44 AM, David Wolf wrote:

> 've just put up a little Quicktime movie on my blog that lets you
> search for images from www.flickr.com a photo sharing site.
>
> http://hypertext.rmit.edu.au/~dpwolf/blogarchive/000249.html
>
> When users upload their photos they mark them up with metadata tags.
> These tags are searchable from the site and each has a RSS or ATOM feed
> associated with it. This movie lets you enter a tag and view the 10
> most recent uploads for that term. The movie loads the images based on
> the contents of an RSS feed.
>

this is very nice work, what David's done is get a QuickTime movie to
read a RSS feed from a server on the basis of what a user asks in the
movie. I'm not sure if it is what yoiu'd call a movie but it's a great
demo of what QuickTime can actually do, and points the way to the sorts
of things than can be built: a movie that reads data and assembles a
movie on that basis.

cheers
Adrian Miles

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