Fractograph — a term not yet in the Oxford Dictionary — describes a variation on the photo mosaic theme, photo mosaics being a tableau derived from hundreds, or even thousands, of smaller individual images. That’s at least part of the inspiration behind Fractograf, a new, free iPhone app that bonds photo mosaic, photo/video collaboration and social networking into a dynamic, shareable image. When you magnify a fractograf you’ll see that it is made up of other, smaller images, just like pixels in a digital photo — the company calls these elements fraxels. A fractograph differs from a photo mosaic in significant ways: It is seamless, friends can contribute to them, it allows…

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