Thinglink is a neat tool for creating interactive images. I first wrote about it last summer and have since mentioned it in a couple of webinars and workshops. Every time I show it to people, it is well received. In the video below, I demonstrate how easy it is to create interactive images using Thinglink.
Applications for Education
One way that Thinglink could be used in a US History classroom is to have students upload pictures representative of concepts from the Industrial Revolution then tag different parts of the images to link out to further explanations and examples. And here's an example of an interactive infographic created with Thinglink.
Thinglink is currently and advertiser on Free Technology for Teachers.