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IIIF An Open & FAIR Technology Standard by Josh Hadro
Sharing is Caring X Amsterdam 2019

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05 accessible hadro

  1. 1. An Open & FAIR Technology Standard Amsterdam – 22 November 2019 Josh Hadro Managing Director IIIF Consortium @hadro | @iiif_io International Image Interoperability Framework
  2. 2. FAIR Data Findable Accessible Interoperable Reusable
  3. 3. Agenda • What is IIIF? • Why do we need IIIF? • What does IIIF do? • How does IIIF work? • Museum case-study examples (and others)
  4. 4. What is IIIF? International Image Interoperability Framework (triple-eye-eff)
  5. 5. A model for presenting and annotating digital representations of objects (with lots of other benefits)
  6. 6. A Community that develops shared APIs, implements them in software, and exposes interoperable content
  7. 7. Museums / Galleries British Museum National Gallery of Art The J. Paul Getty Trust The Walters Art Museum Yale Center for British Art Et al. Aggregators Artstor CONTENTdm DPLA Europeana Internet Archive Wikimedia Foundation State / National Libraries Austria Bavarian State British Library Denmark Egypt France Israel Japan Moravian Library New Zealand Norway Poland Scotland Serbia Wales Qatar United States (LoC) Vatican Universities and Research Institutions Cambridge Cornell Ghent Gottingen Harvard Michigan Oxford Princeton Stanford Edinburgh Toronto Wellcome Trust Yale International Leaders
  8. 8. Why do we need IIIF?
  9. 9. Images are fundamental information carriers for cultural heritage
  10. 10. But image delivery on the Web is… • disjointe d • hard • slow • expensiv e • locked up http://www.loc.gov/pictures/resource/fsac.1a34206/
  11. 11. A world of silos & duplication • Every site a silo (→ no interoperability) • Every app a one-off (→overhead to code and keep) • Every user forced to cope (→ many UIs, little integration)
  12. 12. What does IIIF do?
  13. 13. Deep zoom with large images
  14. 14. Cite and share (including regions of interest)
  15. 15. Compare images
  16. 16. Across sites
  17. 17. Collect items that belong together Le manuscrit 5 de la Bibliothèque municipale de Châteauroux, c. 1460 Folio in BVMM Miniature in the BNF
  18. 18. Collect items that belong together
  19. 19. Reunify
  20. 20. Search within
  21. 21. Annotate https://courses.edx.org/courses/course-v1:HarvardX+MCB64.1x+2T2016/d16e07a5cec442eeb7cd9dfcb695dce0/
  22. 22. Guide http://storiiies.cogapp.com/
  23. 23. Mirador instances on display at McMullen Museum, Boston College. Enrich
  24. 24. All with the application of your choice Mirador Universal Viewer IA Book Reader Qatar Digital Library Archival papers shown in 4 different viewers.
  25. 25. IIIF A/V prototype, Distributed Digital Music Archives & Libraries Lab … and beyond just images!
  26. 26. How does IIIF work?
  27. 27. Application Programming Interfaces https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Creaci%C3%B3n_de_Ad%C3%A1m.jpg
  28. 28. Application Programming Interfaces https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Creaci%C3%B3n_de_Ad%C3%A1m.jpg APIs provide a structured way for connecting systems
  29. 29. Application Programming Interfaces https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Creaci%C3%B3n_de_Ad%C3%A1m.jpg
  30. 30. Application Programming Interfaces
  31. 31. Application Programming Interfaces
  32. 32. APIs enable reuse Export & Embed in 3rd Party Apps Data Store Customized App Annotation Environments APIs
  33. 33. APIs => Framework => Ecosystem App 4App 1 Annotation & Transcription Tools Data Store 1 Data Store 2 Data Store 3 Data Store 4 APIs APIs APIs APIs Cross Repository Search & Delivery Environments
  34. 34. “get pixels” via a simple, RESTful, web service Just enough metadata to drive a remote viewing experience Image API Presentation API IIIF: Two Core APIs
  35. 35. Image Delivery API http://iiif.io/api/image/2.1/
  36. 36. Presentation API http://iiif.io/api/presentation/2. 1/ • Structure – Collection, Item, Sequence, Parts • Properties – Labels, description, license, attribution, links
  37. 37. Image + Presentation = Object
  38. 38. Presentation API • Title Label • Structure (TOC) • Sequence Image API • Image Data Image + Presentation = Object
  39. 39. To support login, and differential access to resources. Search within an object, such as the full text of a book or newspaper Authentication APISearch Within API IIIF: Two More APIs
  40. 40. How do you get started with IIIF?
  41. 41. IIIF Compatible Software
  42. 42. · Cultural institutions from across the world · Monthly calls — 1st. Tuesday · Example topics: Demos of IIIF implementations from various institutions, discussions around various topics such as Digital Asset Management System (DAMS) needs, projects around scholarly research, and beginner questions about IIIF · More info: https://iiif.io/community/groups/museums/#ab out · Join the IIIF #museums channel! Museums Community Group
  43. 43. How others use IIIF
  44. 44. Folger Shakespeare Library
  45. 45. https://collections.okeeffemuseum.org/object/998/ Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
  46. 46. Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
  47. 47. https://albert.rct.uk/ The Royal Collection Trust
  48. 48. 
https://conversations.terraamericanart.org/artnav
 Terra Foundation for American Art
  49. 49. 
https://conversations.terraamericanart.org/artnav

  50. 50. Vatican Library
  51. 51. https://spotlight.vatlib.it/
  52. 52. The Victoria and Albert Museum
  53. 53. The Philadelphia Museum of Art
  54. 54. Smithsonian Institute 3D
  55. 55. Clyfford Still Museum
  56. 56. Name-Entity Recognition (Royal Academy)
  57. 57. Exquisite Corpse with Portraits
  58. 58. Hundreds of adopters Scores of applications Billion+ digital objects Revolutionary promise
  59. 59. 1. State of the art functionality 2. Cheaper, faster and more efficient 3. Benefits of an international standard 4. Maximize impact, use and value of your content 5. Be at the forefront of digital innovation …with a global community of leaders Why embrace IIIF?
  60. 60. 1. Expose your collections via IIIF 2. Use IIIF-compatible software 3. Ask your software suppliers to become IIIF-compatible 4. Participate in the IIIF community 5. Join the IIIF Consortium How to Participate
  61. 61. IIIF Communication Channels • IIIF Website: http://iiif.io • iiif-discuss@googlegroups.com • IIIF Slack Team – Join at http://bit.ly/iiif- slack • Twitter: @iiif_io and #IIIF • Awesome-IIIF on Github • IIIF YouTube Channel • IIIF Events
  62. 62. @iiif_io iiif.io Special thanks to Tina Shah, Tom Cramer, Michael Keller, Stu Snydman, Jack Reed, Sheila Rabun, Mike Appleby, Tom Crane, and many others for their content and expertise in preparing this overview. International Image Interoperability Framework

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