Blog posts tagged zoomable
One question that’s been raised about the camera/save button in zoomable images is whether or not the new image contains, or preserves, existing EXIF metadata information stored in the original file. The answer yesterday was: No. The answer today is: Not yet, but only because we haven’t enabled it and we will do that soon.
We’ve updated the user interface elements that control how a static image can be made “zoomable” making them easier to use and more portable across a number of different settings.
Airplanes and Walruses – The permanent collection of the SFO Aviation Museum and Library
A healthy slice of the permanent collection of the SFO Aviation Museum and Library is now available for browsing on the Mills Field website. This includes a little more than 23,000 object records of which 18,000 have images. This is still only a small part of the museum’s total holdings and we hope to get all, or most, of the remaining objects online shortly. Like all the images on the Mills Field website, every image from the permanent collection is “zoomable”.
This is a blog post by aaron cope. It was published on March 25, 2020 and tagged sfo, collection and zoomable.
Zoomable” images at SFO Museum
In the future we’ll do another more technical blog post about how the image tiling works but today’s post is about celebrating the ability to “wander around” an image, to get up close and enjoy its details.
This is a blog post by aaron cope. It was published on February 03, 2020 and tagged sfo, iiif and zoomable.