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April 2009

Grokker - Visual search engine in a visual fashion.

by 14 others
Your results are displayed both in a standard outline and in a dynamic map you can interact with. Grokker takes advantage of Yahoo!, Wikipedia, and Amazon Books search engines to perform its queries. Results can be sorted by date, source, domain and refined selecting (or excluding) specific related keywords. Grokker is also available as a software for enterprise use.

KartOO - visual search engine

by 37 others
Can search the Web, images, videos and Wikipedia entries. Using Google, and Yahoo! search engines KartOO allows you to create a visual map where related results are linked between them. You can save and print your map, filter results using a parental filter, and filter your SERPs by language.

Viewzi - powerful visual search engine

by 5 others
Viewzi is a powerful visual search engine that provides many different possibilities to display your results. Using Yahoo!, Google and Viddler, you can search the Web, images and videos. SERPs can be arranged in stacks, along a Google timeline, for individual site information, using simple text, showing a photo tag cloud, and more. Results can be also customized as you can star or hide sites you care / don't care about. A parental filter is also available.

Ujiko - visual search engine

by 5 others
Completely web-based, Ujiko allows you to scout the Web and arrange your results in a radial outline. Available in English, German and French.

Search-cube - Visual search engin in 3D Cube

by 2 others
Search-cube is a search engine that instead displaying your results in a classic organic style, creates a 3D cube made up of visual previews. Web-based and very easy to use, Search-cube allows you to search for sites, images, and videos.

Middlespot - visual search engine in a visual fashion

Sources available for search are: Web, Images, News, Amazon and Twitter. Middlespots allows you to create as many workpads as the search terms you want to explore. Results will be displayed inside a gallery where you can zoom and re-arrange elements.

OSkope - visual search engine

by 5 others
You can visually display and explore search results for specific keywords right inside your browser window. Results from Amazon, eBay, Flickr, Fotolia, Yahoo! and YouTube can be explored in different visualizations styles like: grid, stack, pile, graph and list.

Nexplore - Search in a visual fashion - On the Web, news, videos, images, blogs and podcasts.

by 2 others
The web-based service shows also related Wikipedia definitions for your searched keywords. Results can be displayed in three ways: summary, line, gallery, and can be shared on the Internet.

EyePlorer - Semantic - not a proper visual search engine (no search for any words or phrase) Give a visual representation for common, popular facts and suggest connections with other related facts and sources

The service rather provides you with a visual representation for common, popular facts and suggest connections with other related facts and sources. All results displayed inside a colored wheel can be arranged onto a virtual notepad for later reading and sorted for relevance.

Ziipa - visual search engine for Web 2.0 web designs and application

by 1 other
Ziipa is a web-based visual search engine for Web 2.0 web designs and applications. Unlike other competitors in this field, Ziipa does not search images, videos, or other media content. Results are showed by a gallery and a tag cloud and can be shared and syndicated via RSS.

Top Visual Search Engines: The Most Interesting Ways To Visually Explore Search Engine Results - Robin Good's Latest News

1. Grokker 2. KartOO 3. Viewzi 4. Searchme 5. Quintura 6. Ujiko 7. Search-cube 8. Middlespot 9. oSkope 10. Nexplore 11. eyePlorer 12. Ziipa 13. RedZee 14. Liveplasma 15. TouchGraph Google Browser____Innovative ways to browse and explore search engine results, visual search engines may provide exactly what you have been looking for. Instead of long lists of page titles and URLs, visual search engines deliver visually rich maps of content results, often utilizing also size, color and positioning to communicate at a glance a greater array of information about the items found.

June 2008