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Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer (Mirador)
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Presentation given at the Digital Library Federation Fall Forum in Austin, Texas on November 6, 2013. It was the introduction of Mirador, a javascript image viewing and comparison environment for …

Presentation given at the Digital Library Federation Fall Forum in Austin, Texas on November 6, 2013. It was the introduction of Mirador, a javascript image viewing and comparison environment for images produced by libraries, museums and archives.

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  • 1. Introducing Mirador Interoperability in practice: a cross-repository image viewer DLF Fall Forum, November 2013 Stuart Snydman, Stanford University Andrew Winget, Stanford University Michael Appleby, Yale University Benjamin Albritton, Stanford University Christopher Jesudurai, Stanford University
  • 2. Imagine you are a manuscript scholar
  • 3. Beinecke MS 310, New Haven, CT Ms. lat. oct. 121, Collegeville, MN BNF Français 1728, Paris, France Walters MS 34, Stanford, CA
  • 4. Imagine an image viewer…
  • 5. that can show content from all four repositories…
  • 6. and let you compare…
  • 7. and inspect in detail.
  • 8. Say hello to Mirador
  • 9. Mirador is a multi-window image viewing and comparison workspace, that is… • • • • • Open source Community driven Javascript Extensible Interoperable And works with any IIIF-compatible repository
  • 10. Interoperability = Image and metadata sharing across institutions and collections.
  • 11. International Image Interoperability Framework http://iiif.io
  • 12. ARTstor Biblissima Bodleian Libraries British Library Codices Electronici Sangallenses Harvard University Johns Hopkins University Los Alamos National Laboratory Stanford University Yale University
  • 13. Demo
  • 14. Digitally Enabled Scholarship with Medieval Manuscripts 1. An Edition of the First Recension of Gratian’s Decretum – Professor Anders Winroth, Professor of History – … and a team of graduate assistants 2. A Literary History of the English Book of Hours – Jessica Brantley, Professor of English 3. Creating English Literature, ca. 1385-ca. 1425 – Alastair Minnis, Professor of English – Holly Rushmeier, Professor of Computer Science 4. Manuscript Analysis of Books of Hours – Holly Rushmeier, Professor of Computer Science
  • 15. Creating a Critical Edition • Scholars compare manuscripts in detail to establish the Latin text • Manuscripts are scattered throughout Europe (and beyond): Admont, Barcelona, Florence, Paris, St. Gall, etc. • Team’s previous working method was to use online viewers and/or local copies of images • Mirador is perfectly suited to this use case • Viewer instance configured for use by the project team
  • 16. Viewing Books of Hours • Investigation of the culture of reading shaped by these books and vernacular literature in the later Middle Ages • About 800 manuscripts from late medieval England • Each contains a standard set of Latin prayers, but also other texts, illustrations, marginal notes • Mirador facilitates comparison of manuscripts
  • 17. Creating English Literature, ca. 1385-ca. 1425 • Study of texts by leading authors of the day – namely, Chaucer, Gower, Langland and Hoccleve • How were they produced, who produced them, and where? • Non-invasive scientific analysis of the inks and pigments used by scribes and decorators in England (especially London)
  • 18. Multispectral Images • Each band is processed into a black and white TIFF • Viewer presents the user with a choice of alternate images for the page
  • 19. Multispectral Images in Mirador
  • 20. Manuscript Analysis of Books of Hours • Holly Rushmeier, Professor of Computer Science • Develop custom algorithms to segment the manuscript images into areas of text and areas of individual illustration • Detect text layout • Analyze the image content Image from: ATHENA: Automatic Text Height ExtractioN for the Analysis of old handwritten manuscripts, R. Pintus, Y. Yang, and H. Rushmeier, Conference Paper: Digital Heritage 2013 (2013)
  • 21. Detecting Significant Features of Manuscript Materials • Detect text orientation and de-skew images • Detect main text block of the page • Automatically determine the line height of the text • Detect non-text areas (image vs. text) • Features will be viewable as annotations in Mirador • Mirador will allow rapid feedback of results to humanities scholars
  • 22. Image Annotations
  • 23. Image Annotations
  • 24. Implementing the IIIF Image API – Started project with no scalable image support – Deployed Djatoka image server – Developed IIIF protocol adapter – In production for about 6 months – Easy! – Friendly, helpful IIIF community
  • 25. Looking Ahead
  • 26. 8 manuscripts, 6 repositories
  • 27. Mirador in 3 Easy Steps Step 1: Deploy an IIIF compliant image server Step 2: Publish objects using IIIF metadata Step 3: Deploy Mirador
  • 28. ContentDM Djatoka FSI Viewer IIPImage Server Loris Luratech
  • 29. What’s next?
  • 30. Mirador 1.0 • Image Viewing – – – – – Basic zoom and pan Thumbnail view Scroll view Metadata view Image choice • Comparison Features – Configurable window environment – Locked zoom – User-configurable size and scale • Annotations – Annotation viewing for externally created annotations • State – Saved state of workspace • Interoperability – Ability to display content from multiple hosting sources
  • 31. Transcription viewing
  • 32. Multiple text representations
  • 33. Workspace Sharing
  • 34. Other media types *Image/video credit: The British Library
  • 35. Annotation making Annotate* *Image credit: annotorius.github.io
  • 36. Get involved • Learn more: iiif.io iiif.io/mirador • Discuss: iiif-discuss@googlegroups.com • Contribute: github.com/iiif/Mirador • Give it a try
  • 37. Acknowledgements • • • • Ben Albritton, Stanford University Christopher Jesudurai, Stanford University Rob Sanderson, Los Alamos National Labs Tom Cramer, Stanford University
  • 38. Thank you

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