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A presentation given at the International Image Interoperability Framework event held at Ghent University, Belgium on December 8, 2015.

Drew Winget, Stanford University Libraries
Rashmi Singhal, Harvard

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  1. 1. Mirador: A Cross-Repository Image Comparison and Annotation Tool Drew Winget & Rashmi Singhal Stanford University Libraries, Harvard December, 2015
  2. 2. Self Portrait, 1659 Portrait of a Young Man, 1646 Portrait of a Young Woman, 1667
  3. 3. Mirador use cases Comparison Annotation Transcription Instruction Reunification
  4. 4. Open source Javascript Interoperable Community driven Extensible IIIF compatible OpenAnnotation Compatible
  5. 5. Interoperability and comparison • My research concerns the content; I do not want to be burdened by institutional barriers. • I want to view objects from multiple institutions side by side, without significant friction. • I want to collect annotations about several objects in one place. • I want to be able to refer others to exactly the thing I am discussing or researching.
  6. 6. “get pixels” via a simple, RESTful, web service Just enough metadata to drive a remote viewing experience Image API Presentation API IIIF: Two APIs
  7. 7. Compatible Software IIP Image IIP Moo Viewer digilib FSI Viewer FSI Server Wellcome Player Mirador diva.js Image Server s Image Clients Image Apps Internet Archive Book Reader
  8. 8. Compatible Software IIP Image IIP Moo Viewer digilib FSI Viewer FSI Server Wellcome Player Mirador diva.js Image Server s Image Clients Image Apps Internet Archive Book Reader
  9. 9. Compatible Software IIP Image IIP Moo Viewer digilib FSI Viewer FSI Server Wellcome Player Mirador diva.js Image Server s Image Clients Image Apps Internet Archive Book Reader
  10. 10. Advanced Applications • Embed a specific view in another context. • Tie into internal events to take advantage of some features while providing a custom interface to others. • Seamlessly reconstruct fragmented documents from dozens of separate sources.
  11. 11. Open source Javascript Interoperable Community driven Extensible IIIF compatible OpenAnnotation Compatible
  12. 12. “Open Source” No, really. 2013-~2014 • Yale and Stanford obtain grant to create Mirador 1 • Chris Jesudeuai and Drew Winget at Stanford, open on github 2014-2015 • Dedicated joint effort by Harvard and Stanford • Rashmi Singhal joining as a primary developer • Mirador 2.0 released • Integration with HarvardX and Harvard Libraries • Contributions from broader community including Princeton and Biblissima. 2016 NGA + ConservationSpace, EPFL, Yale Mirador 2.1 - full IIIF feature support (“Shared Canvas”)
  13. 13. Roadmap Unfinished Business • Detail images embedded on virtual canvas • Multiple alternate images overlaid on virtual canvas • Viewing direction updates • 2.0 ranges • Support for IIIF collection browsing • More robust metadata fields display • Per-canvas metadata • Per-resource annotation and metadata display • Support for blank canvases
  14. 14. http://projectmirador.org http://github.com/iiif/mirador http://gitter.im/IIIF/mirador mirador-tech@googlegroups.com Get involved Join us Online in 2016

Notas do Editor

  • Not one system, but a shared low level architecture that supports interoperability.
  • Not one system, but a shared low level architecture that supports interoperability.
  • Not one system, but a shared low level architecture that supports interoperability.
  • Descrição

    A presentation given at the International Image Interoperability Framework event held at Ghent University, Belgium on December 8, 2015.

    Drew Winget, Stanford University Libraries
    Rashmi Singhal, Harvard

    Transcrição

    1. 1. Mirador: A Cross-Repository Image Comparison and Annotation Tool Drew Winget & Rashmi Singhal Stanford University Libraries, Harvard December, 2015
    2. 2. Self Portrait, 1659 Portrait of a Young Man, 1646 Portrait of a Young Woman, 1667
    3. 3. Mirador use cases Comparison Annotation Transcription Instruction Reunification
    4. 4. Open source Javascript Interoperable Community driven Extensible IIIF compatible OpenAnnotation Compatible
    5. 5. Interoperability and comparison • My research concerns the content; I do not want to be burdened by institutional barriers. • I want to view objects from multiple institutions side by side, without significant friction. • I want to collect annotations about several objects in one place. • I want to be able to refer others to exactly the thing I am discussing or researching.
    6. 6. “get pixels” via a simple, RESTful, web service Just enough metadata to drive a remote viewing experience Image API Presentation API IIIF: Two APIs
    7. 7. Compatible Software IIP Image IIP Moo Viewer digilib FSI Viewer FSI Server Wellcome Player Mirador diva.js Image Server s Image Clients Image Apps Internet Archive Book Reader
    8. 8. Compatible Software IIP Image IIP Moo Viewer digilib FSI Viewer FSI Server Wellcome Player Mirador diva.js Image Server s Image Clients Image Apps Internet Archive Book Reader
    9. 9. Compatible Software IIP Image IIP Moo Viewer digilib FSI Viewer FSI Server Wellcome Player Mirador diva.js Image Server s Image Clients Image Apps Internet Archive Book Reader
    10. 10. Advanced Applications • Embed a specific view in another context. • Tie into internal events to take advantage of some features while providing a custom interface to others. • Seamlessly reconstruct fragmented documents from dozens of separate sources.
    11. 11. Open source Javascript Interoperable Community driven Extensible IIIF compatible OpenAnnotation Compatible
    12. 12. “Open Source” No, really. 2013-~2014 • Yale and Stanford obtain grant to create Mirador 1 • Chris Jesudeuai and Drew Winget at Stanford, open on github 2014-2015 • Dedicated joint effort by Harvard and Stanford • Rashmi Singhal joining as a primary developer • Mirador 2.0 released • Integration with HarvardX and Harvard Libraries • Contributions from broader community including Princeton and Biblissima. 2016 NGA + ConservationSpace, EPFL, Yale Mirador 2.1 - full IIIF feature support (“Shared Canvas”)
    13. 13. Roadmap Unfinished Business • Detail images embedded on virtual canvas • Multiple alternate images overlaid on virtual canvas • Viewing direction updates • 2.0 ranges • Support for IIIF collection browsing • More robust metadata fields display • Per-canvas metadata • Per-resource annotation and metadata display • Support for blank canvases
    14. 14. http://projectmirador.org http://github.com/iiif/mirador http://gitter.im/IIIF/mirador mirador-tech@googlegroups.com Get involved Join us Online in 2016

    Notas do Editor

  • Not one system, but a shared low level architecture that supports interoperability.
  • Not one system, but a shared low level architecture that supports interoperability.
  • Not one system, but a shared low level architecture that supports interoperability.
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