IIPZoom – Flash Viewer
IIPZoom client showing the massive ultra-high resolution image of Blue Marble, Next Generation (86400 x 43200 pixels, RGB, 10.7GB uncompressed TIFF) courtesy of Visible Earth and the NASA Earth Observatory Team. © 2005 NASA.
Click the image to see in high resolution this small 30×20 cm 16th Century painting entitled The Lady Praying from the collection of the Louvre museum. The painting is by an unknown Flemish artist and is painted on oak panel. The image has been fully color calibrated and was scanned at a resolution of 15 pixels per mm.
Image © 2004 C2RMF
Click the image to zoom into this beautiful 29566 x 14321 pixel Hubble telescope image of star birth in the Carina Nebula. This image mosaic was assembled from 48 frames taken with Hubble’s Advanced Camera for Surveys for the 17th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope.
© NASA, ESA, N. Smith (University of California, Berkeley), and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)
This painting by Raphael and his pupil Gianfrancesco Penni entitled Madonna with the Blue Diadem (1510-1511, oil on panel, 68.0 x 48.5 cm, musée du Louvre) was scanned in ultra high resolution at almost 600dpi (23 pixels/mm) at the C2RMF resulting in a stunning 11539×16236 pixel (187 mega pixels) color calibrated image.
Image © 2010 C2RMF
Example showcasing the new dynamic watermarking feature introduced in version 0.9.9 of the server. A watermark image can be applied on-the-fly by the server to each individual image tile without requiring any modification to the original source image. The opacity and probability distribution of this watermark can also be configured in the server. Image courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech: Cassini during Saturn Orbit Insertion, 14400 x 9600 pixels.
IIPMooViewer – HTML5 Viewer
IIPImage powered interactive online web application created for a special exhibition organized by the Louvre Museum and the City of Milan featuring the painting of Saint John the Baptist by Leonardo da Vinci. The online application allowing the user to explore in unprecedented detail the high resolution scientific photography of the painting. Images © C2RMF.
High resolution multi-modal imaging of Van Gogh’s The Bedroom at Arles featuring a fully calibrated 176 megapixel color rendering and 11 other registered imaging modalities. The interface allows interactive comparison and blending between any 2 image modalities. Images © 2010 C2RMF
IIPMooViewer 2.0 based advanced multispectral visualization and image blending application showing an anonymous 16th Century painting entitled “The Lady Praying”. The application shows the spectral reflectance curve at each point and allows the user to blend between colour, raking light, infra-red, ultra-violet and X-ray images.
18000×18000 pixel view of the Orion nebula as taken by the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) aboard NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. © 2004-2005 NASA, ESA. Credit: M. Robberto (Space Telescope Science Institute/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team.
Jiip – Java Viewer
Java Viewer for the 12392×15852 pixel view of the gigantic Pinwheel Galaxy (M 101) taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.
© 2006 ESA/NASA.
The OpenSeaDragon viewer supports the IIIF, Zoomify and Deepzoom protocols, which are all supported by the IIPImage server. This demo features a Hubble telescope image of star birth in the Carina Nebula and uses Deepzoom as the image tile protocol. Image © NASA, ESA, N. Smith (University of California, Berkeley), and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)
Other 3rd Party Clients
This example using Zoomify shows a 360 degree image of Bonneville Crater taken by the panoramic camera on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Spirit. This false-color composite is made from frames taken with the camera’s L2 (750 nanometer), L5 (530 nanometer) and L6 (480 nanometer) filters with a final resolution of 22348 x 3161 pixels. Image © 2004 NASA/JPL/Cornell
Alternatively, here is the same image streamed to the Seadragon Ajax client.
See the Links page to see a selection of examples showing IIPImage in use elsewhere around the Internet.