The FarFromHomePage Project Seeks to Transform Internet Surfing

 - Aug 7, 2012
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If you enjoy the visual experience of Pinterest and StumbleUpon, as well as the power of presentation tools like Prezi, the FarFromHomePage tool is a must-see project. Developed by Berlin-based entrepeneurs Manuel Scheidegger and Janosch Asen, the project seeks to transform the way you search and share online.

Dubbed by the pair as ‘creative browsing,’ FarFromHomePage allows users to mash-up elements like video, music, images and content in an interactive platform. The tool allows you to create pages with various content that can be individually browsed or read as a single unit. The idea is similar to Prezi, where users can create visually enhanced pages to share with peers and colleagues; however, FarFromHomePage takes this concept one step further by providing the whole World Wide Web at your disposable.

The promo video itself is certainly eye-catching as football players burst through colorful balloons into the shape-shifting living room. The FarFromHomePage duo is currently seeking crowd funding at indiegogo in hopes of reaching their $85,000 goal.