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Friday, November 6 • 10:15am - 10:45am
IIIF: The International Image Interoperability Framework

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The International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) is an evolving set of APIs for image delivery. First created in 2011, it has seen rapid adoption by international libraries and archives, and in this talk we will explain how it can also benefit museums.

Using IIIF provides the twin advantages of flexible image delivery, and interoperability with a growing range of viewers and tools that promote digital scholarship and reuse. We will provide a brief overview of what IIIF is, followed by a guide for how to implement it (both in terms of processes and software options), followed by details of how to take advantage of its many features, which include on-the-fly generation of images at any size, zoom level, crop area or rotation, as well as the ability to use multiple different image viewers to surface metadata and relationships between images.

Finally, we will give real-world examples of how supporting IIIF can directly benefit your organisation, from the ease of updating website presentation formats, via the advanced features that can easily be supported, and concluding with some ideas for how IIIF can lead to innovative new ways to present and analyse your collection images.

Speakers
avatar for David Beaudet

David Beaudet

Software Architect, National Gallery of Art
I'm a software architect and developer for the National Gallery of Art and am interested in open source development, open standards and protocols that enhance the discovery and amplify the enjoyment of cultural heritage resources.
avatar for Andy	 Cummins

Andy Cummins

Head of Technical Production, Cogapp
I work at for a digital agency in the UK called Cogapp. We work on ambitious projects that use digital media to enrich people's lives.As Head of Technical Production at Cogapp I'm responsible for ensuring our technical team works as effectively as possible. I'm a keen Agile proponent... Read More →
avatar for Alan Newman

Alan Newman

Chief, Digital Media, National Gllery of Art
avatar for Tristan Roddis

Tristan Roddis

Director of Web Development, Cogapp
Endangered Archives Programme: the world's most diverse online archiveThe Endangered Archives Programme (EAP) facilitates the digitisation of archives around the world that are in danger of destruction, neglect or physical deterioration. It has been running for over 15 years and digitised... Read More →


Friday November 6, 2015 10:15am - 10:45am
Harriet Hyatt Regency Minneapolis 1300 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN 55403

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