Studies show that 65% of people are visual learners. So, if you’ve got a message to convey, why wouldn’t you use video?
Visual stimulation is important, especially when you’re trying to stand out from the crowd.
We recently teamed up with easyJet to launch what became quite a monumental photo mosaic campaign. In celebration of their 20th birthday, easyJet contacted us to help create an activation that would bring their fans and customers together in a fun and interesting way. By utilizing the social and interactive aspects of our online mosaic platform, we were able to create the easyJet 20th Birthday Plane Mosaic. Once completed, this massive photo mosaic was printed on an actual easyJet plane!
Intel picks Picture Mosaics’ app to show off its new Skylake i7 processor at the 2015 IDF press event! Picture Mosaics’ new 4K video mosaic technology optimized for Skylake to be featured in more upcoming Intel events. In front of the new demo are Joe Charpentier, VP of Engineering, and Al Charpentier, Founder and CEO.
At Picture Mosaics, we’ve spent the last 14 years pushing the boundaries of photo mosaic design in every way imaginable. We were honored to partner with Intel and present at the IDF 2015 press event in San Francisco! We were tasked with putting together a demo using our latest photo and video software to push the new Skylake i7 processor to its limit. Continue reading
We’re thrilled to announce that our interactive mosaics have made a transition from Adobe Flash to HTML5. Without digging to deep into it, our interactive mosaics are now being built using html code rather than contained within a Flash player. This give us a great advantage when building online interactive mosaics. You can read more about the differences between Flash and HTML5 here.
You can now place your Shape Mosaic order through our website!
Photo mosaics are a passion of ours. We work hard at pushing the mosaic concept to new heights every day. That’s why we’re super excited to introduce a new kind of photo mosaic to our gallery: Shape Mosaics. Rather than building a mosaic based on the color and detail within the source image, these mosaics build a specific solid shape out of your cell images. Perfect for brand logos, silhouettes, and solid shapes.