- The site, called WindowSwap , lets people submit 10-minute videos with audio showing the view out their window. Visitors can cycle between windows as the please.
- It was made by husband and wife couple Sonali Ranjit and Vaishnav Balasubramaniam, two Singapore-based creatives, according to The Stable .
- The site went viral on Twitter Tuesday, where people said they were entranced by the views from other people's windows.
- Check out WindowSwap here.
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This website lets you gaze out of strangers' windows across the globe to escape the boredom of quarantine
A new website lets you escape your quarantine by gazing out strangers' windows from across the globe.
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