As reported by ResellerNews, Microsoft has today released PivotViewer - an interactive visualisation tool designed to help browse, organise and analyse massive image collections and data sets by displaying dynamic visual summaries through your browser.

I've not had chance to play with it yet but from first impressions based on watching the official launch videos (and the TedTalk below) it feels like a technological mix of Google images, Tableau and Apple's Hyperwall. Here's the TedTalk video from Feb 2010 with Gary Flake demonstrating the tool:

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