Dynamic Collage

Natalia Tsarkova
Principal Investigator

Glorianna Davenport
Research Supervisor

Dynamic Collage is a tool for organizing interactive visual experiences and browsing through banks of visual data. It was initially developed to guide and preview user's choices in an interactive movie. Later, the Dynamic Collage turned out to be useful for a variety of WWW presentations, such as on-line shopping catalogs and interactive newscasts.

Dynamic Collage was written in Java and is distributed on the WWW.

Tsarkova N (1996).
Dynamic Collage: An Interface for Digital Stories
MIT MS Thesis.