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Making metadata into meaning:
digital storytelling with IIIF
Tristan Roddis - @tristan_roddis
Cogapp - @cogapp
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
Key points
• Think differently about your IIIF manifests
• Think differently about story telling
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
What is IIIF?
• Image API: flexible image delivery
• Presentation API: describes one or more images o...
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
Manifests
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
Annotation lists
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
Annotation lists
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
What is a story?
• Linear narrative
• Beginning, middle, end.
• Illustrated by one or more [parts of...
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
Mirador: single image
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
storiiies.cogapp.com
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
Linear webpage
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
Interactive viewer
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
3D API?
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
Slow looking
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
slowlooking.cogapp.com
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
Autorun
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
Speech synthesis
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
Human storyteller
Live demo!
http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
Conclusions
• Think differently about your IIIF manifests
• Think differently about story telling
Thank you.
Questions?
storiiies.cogapp.com
Tristan Roddis - @tristan_roddis
Cogapp - @cogapp
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By Tristan Roddis, Cogapp, UK

This paper shows how to blend cutting-edge image technology with creative curatorship to deliver engaging digital stories using a COPE (Create Once, Publish Everywhere) content strategy. An increasing number of cultural heritage organizations are adopting the API standards provided by the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) to disseminate their images and associated metadata. However, the focus so far has largely been on the technical and data challenges that this represents, with very little attention paid to how these systems can be leveraged to provide enhanced experiences for users online.

In this paper, we look at ways that IIIF APIs can be radically repurposed to go beyond the simple descriptive representations of an image for which it is largely used by museums (e.g. catalog metadata, transcribed document text). Instead, we explore the idea of using them to present a continuous narrative (i.e. story) focussing on various regions within images. We will take stories modelled in IIIF, and present them in a variety of exciting digital imaginings, using both established and bleeding-edge browser technology. These include the following: - Linear Web page (“blog” style) - Social media feed (deliberately delayed information) - Slow looking (deliberately removing text) - Interactive image (previous/next, plus freeform exploration) - Automated image (using text-to-speech) - Human storyteller (back to basics, with a digital twist) We will demonstrate the range of potential uses with a variety of stories taken from different organizations, including the National Gallery, London, the Endangered Archives Programme, the National Portrait Gallery, London, and even a poem commissioned especially for Museums and the Web. From this session, participants will be inspired to think of novel and innovative ways of telling stories using their collection images, as well as appreciating the potential of IIIF to make delivering these experiences that much easier.

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Making Metadata Into Meaning: Digital Storytelling With IIIF

  1. 1. Making metadata into meaning: digital storytelling with IIIF Tristan Roddis - @tristan_roddis Cogapp - @cogapp
  2. 2. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc Key points • Think differently about your IIIF manifests • Think differently about story telling
  3. 3. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc What is IIIF? • Image API: flexible image delivery • Presentation API: describes one or more images or image regions • It’s great. Use it!
  4. 4. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc Manifests
  5. 5. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc Annotation lists
  6. 6. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc Annotation lists
  7. 7. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc What is a story? • Linear narrative • Beginning, middle, end. • Illustrated by one or more [parts of] images
  8. 8. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc Mirador: single image
  9. 9. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc storiiies.cogapp.com
  10. 10. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc Linear webpage
  11. 11. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
  12. 12. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc
  13. 13. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc Interactive viewer
  14. 14. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc 3D API?
  15. 15. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc Slow looking
  16. 16. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc slowlooking.cogapp.com
  17. 17. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc Autorun
  18. 18. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc Speech synthesis
  19. 19. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc Human storyteller Live demo!
  20. 20. http://bit.ly/mw18-fc Conclusions • Think differently about your IIIF manifests • Think differently about story telling
  21. 21. Thank you. Questions? storiiies.cogapp.com Tristan Roddis - @tristan_roddis Cogapp - @cogapp
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    Jul. 26, 2020

By Tristan Roddis, Cogapp, UK This paper shows how to blend cutting-edge image technology with creative curatorship to deliver engaging digital stories using a COPE (Create Once, Publish Everywhere) content strategy. An increasing number of cultural heritage organizations are adopting the API standards provided by the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) to disseminate their images and associated metadata. However, the focus so far has largely been on the technical and data challenges that this represents, with very little attention paid to how these systems can be leveraged to provide enhanced experiences for users online. In this paper, we look at ways that IIIF APIs can be radically repurposed to go beyond the simple descriptive representations of an image for which it is largely used by museums (e.g. catalog metadata, transcribed document text). Instead, we explore the idea of using them to present a continuous narrative (i.e. story) focussing on various regions within images. We will take stories modelled in IIIF, and present them in a variety of exciting digital imaginings, using both established and bleeding-edge browser technology. These include the following: - Linear Web page (“blog” style) - Social media feed (deliberately delayed information) - Slow looking (deliberately removing text) - Interactive image (previous/next, plus freeform exploration) - Automated image (using text-to-speech) - Human storyteller (back to basics, with a digital twist) We will demonstrate the range of potential uses with a variety of stories taken from different organizations, including the National Gallery, London, the Endangered Archives Programme, the National Portrait Gallery, London, and even a poem commissioned especially for Museums and the Web. From this session, participants will be inspired to think of novel and innovative ways of telling stories using their collection images, as well as appreciating the potential of IIIF to make delivering these experiences that much easier.

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