Via Troy Self’s introduction to the Linking Open Data list I came across the Objectviewer, yet another Semantic Web browser based on the linked data principles. This increases the number of available Semantic Web browser prototypes to four: Tabulator, Disco, the OpenLink Ajax Toolkit browser, and now ObjectViewer.
ObjectViewer has quite a nice visualization of the browsed resource as a simple graph, which isn’t really all that useful in practice, but always makes for stunning demos. A live example on some dbpedia data is here (the browser chrome is missing, I couldn’t figure out how to make a proper direct link), and a screenshot is below.
Webby data everywhere!