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A presentation given at the International Image Interoperability Framework event held at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City on May 10, 2016.

Stuart Snydman
Stanford University Libraries

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  1. 1. Mirador Stuart Snydman Stanford University Libraries Access to the World’s Images, MOMA, May 10 2016
  2. 2. Access to the World’s Images, MOMA, May 10 2016 The Universal Viewer Mirador
  3. 3. OpenSeadragon The viewers you love are IIIF compatible… BookReader MooViewer Access to the World’s Images, MOMA, May 10 2016
  4. 4. Access to the World’s Images, MOMA, May 10 2016 Mirador Simple viewer or complex research workspace Excels at comparison and annotation Open source & community driven Global adoption and development
  5. 5. Access to the World’s Images, MOMA, May 10 2016 Mirador 2.1 – Summer 2016 • Enhanced annotations • Virtual ruler • Brightness/contrast • Detail images / layers • Image choice More features coming soon • Search within • Authentication • Transcription / translation
  6. 6. Access to the World’s Images, MOMA, May 10 2016 Instruction Comparison Annotation Transcription Unification Computational imaging How people are using Mirador…
  7. 7. Access to the World’s Images, MOMA, May 10 2016 Learn more & get involved at projectmirador.org

Notas do Editor

  • Good afternoon my name is Stu Snydman from the Stanford University Libraries and I am here with my friend Tom Crane to talk about the image viewer that bring IIIF-compatible image resources to life on your screen.
  • We will talk about two of them. Tom will present on the “Universal Viewer” and I will talk about Mirador.
  • But it is important to note that many if not most of the image viewers you are familiar with and already have built into your web applications are already IIIF compatible, whether you know it or not. This is one of the great indicators of how far IIIF has come over the past several years, and in particular the investment made by these and more software projects to support interoperability.
  • I note with some delight that several presentations today have alluded to or demonstrated some of the features of Mirador, making my job a little easier. I will provide a slightly more comprehensive overview and demonstration of its features, and show and talk about some forthcoming features as well.

    Mirador is IIIF-compatible image viewer that can be used as a simple embedded image viewer supporting deep zoom or pan, or complex researchers workspace that excels in comparing image resources from disparate repositories, and annotating to enrich metadata and conduct deep and collaborative analysis. Its important to note that it is open source and truly community driven. Currently we have active developers from at least six institutions actively contributing to the release of the next version. And we are learning about new adopters weekly.

  • Now lets get to the basics.
  • Book navigation
  • Comparison
  • Transcription
  • Descrição

    A presentation given at the International Image Interoperability Framework event held at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City on May 10, 2016.

    Stuart Snydman
    Stanford University Libraries

    Transcrição

    1. 1. Mirador Stuart Snydman Stanford University Libraries Access to the World’s Images, MOMA, May 10 2016
    2. 2. Access to the World’s Images, MOMA, May 10 2016 The Universal Viewer Mirador
    3. 3. OpenSeadragon The viewers you love are IIIF compatible… BookReader MooViewer Access to the World’s Images, MOMA, May 10 2016
    4. 4. Access to the World’s Images, MOMA, May 10 2016 Mirador Simple viewer or complex research workspace Excels at comparison and annotation Open source & community driven Global adoption and development
    5. 5. Access to the World’s Images, MOMA, May 10 2016 Mirador 2.1 – Summer 2016 • Enhanced annotations • Virtual ruler • Brightness/contrast • Detail images / layers • Image choice More features coming soon • Search within • Authentication • Transcription / translation
    6. 6. Access to the World’s Images, MOMA, May 10 2016 Instruction Comparison Annotation Transcription Unification Computational imaging How people are using Mirador…
    7. 7. Access to the World’s Images, MOMA, May 10 2016 Learn more & get involved at projectmirador.org

    Notas do Editor

  • Good afternoon my name is Stu Snydman from the Stanford University Libraries and I am here with my friend Tom Crane to talk about the image viewer that bring IIIF-compatible image resources to life on your screen.
  • We will talk about two of them. Tom will present on the “Universal Viewer” and I will talk about Mirador.
  • But it is important to note that many if not most of the image viewers you are familiar with and already have built into your web applications are already IIIF compatible, whether you know it or not. This is one of the great indicators of how far IIIF has come over the past several years, and in particular the investment made by these and more software projects to support interoperability.
  • I note with some delight that several presentations today have alluded to or demonstrated some of the features of Mirador, making my job a little easier. I will provide a slightly more comprehensive overview and demonstration of its features, and show and talk about some forthcoming features as well.

    Mirador is IIIF-compatible image viewer that can be used as a simple embedded image viewer supporting deep zoom or pan, or complex researchers workspace that excels in comparing image resources from disparate repositories, and annotating to enrich metadata and conduct deep and collaborative analysis. Its important to note that it is open source and truly community driven. Currently we have active developers from at least six institutions actively contributing to the release of the next version. And we are learning about new adopters weekly.

  • Now lets get to the basics.
  • Book navigation
  • Comparison
  • Transcription
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