Techcrunch posted this evening on Microsoft’s Seadragon App for the iPhone. It is an impressive piece of software that leaves you wondering how they get imagery to load in such a fast and fluid manner. It helps to view while you are on a WiFi network but even so it is a refreshing addition to the lackluster pool of Apps that now populate the iTunes Store. From the site:
The aim of Seadragon is nothing less than to change the way we use screens, from wall-sized displays all the way down to cell phones, so that graphics and photos are smoothly browsed, regardless of the amount of data or the bandwidth of the network.