Fluxels is one of the most interesting Twitter visualizations you’ll see. Or not see very well.
The service pulls in the avatar of every person who is tweeting in real-time, and places it as one pixel on the Fluxels.com.
By scrolling down the screen, you’ll see more pixels added second by second.
The project, “Pixels in Flux“, shows beautiful colors, and if you click on one of the pixels you’ll go right to that person’w Twitter profile.
If you spend enough time on the site, maybe you’ll find yourself on it!
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