Twitter has once again teamed up with Vizify, launching #FollowMe, a video tool that enables users to instantly create an animated portrait of their Twitter profile.
Each shareable movie depicts that user’s top tweets, photos and followers, set to a soundtrack pulled from a 1-million-song-strong catalogue provided by partner Rumblefish.
Remember the “Your year on Twitter” project from Vizify about six months ago?
#FollowMe builds on that idea, creating an even more interactive experience that Vizify CEO Todd Silverstein describes as “about.me on steroids.”
“Vizify analyzes, organizes and digitizes the words you talk about most on Twitter.”
If you want to make your own #FollowMe video, head over to Vizify, where you can create a profile, grant third-party app access, and cue up your customized video based on your Twitter profile. Edit as you see fit – and there’s no six-second time limit with these particular Twitter videos.
Here’s an example of the finished product:
— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) June 12, 2013
Will you make one for yourself?
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