Rorschmap™ Turns Google Maps Into Kaleidoscopic Artworks

by • August 1, 2011 • TechnologyComments (0)5089

James Bridle is the man behind this brilliant kaleidoscopic spin on Google Maps called Rorschmap™.  Working best with Safari and Google Maps, Rorschmap™ works in two ways: either enter a city of your choice in the bottom left and manually play around, or click “GO” in the top right to put it on autopilot.  To take it for a spin yourself be sure to visit Rorschmap.com. And below you will find 3 samples of London, Montreal, and New York.

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