Vizify, a Portland-based startup that turns your social media chatter into visualizations, today announced a new feature that lets you see an animated and interactive portrait of your life on Twitter.
Called Vizify Connections, the tool quickly analyzes your Twitter history — up to 3,200 of your most recent tweets and up to 800 of your most recent mentions and replies — and then spits out a couple of neat visualizations.
You can see my network to the right. The circles closest to my face indicate the accounts I interact with the most. Clicking on each circle will open up a relationship history, showing how often I’ve mentioned the person and what we tweet about most often.
Vizify Connections, built on HTML5, also lets you see your most-tweeted about topics, and then shows you the people you tweet with on that topic. You’re also able to watch a short clip that shows how your network has changed over time.
This reminds me of a feature Vizify debuted back in June called #FollowMe that instantly creates mini movie trailers full of infographics based on your best Twitter moments.
Vizify raised $1.2 million last year from a number of leading Seattle area angel investors. Participants in the round included Voyager Capital’s Bill McAleer, BigDoor chief design officer Matt Shobe, Seattle super angels Geoff Entress and Bill Bryant, former Qpass CEO Chase Franklin, venture capitalist Tim Draper and Picnik co-founder Jonathan Sposato. (Editor’s note: Sposato also is an investor in GeekWire).