Serendipity is becoming increasingly scarce as reliable technology takes on more of the responsibilities of modern life. The days of finding a single photograph and having no immediate context as to when it was taken, or by whom, are long gone. Everything is discoverable at the click of a button.

Rando is an app that is aiming to inject a little mystery back into proceedings. It delivers a single photo to a complete stranger without any details other than roughly where it was taken geographically and the sender seeing approximately where it 'lands'. Acting as a way of recreating the nostalgic lack of information associated with film photography, much like Thirty Six, the app that digitally recreates the experience of shooting on a 36 shot roll of film, Rando, put together by design studio ustwo, seems like a refreshing way of dialing down on the information overload.