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The National Gallery has been involved with a number of projects over the years examining processes to store and disseminate cultural heritage related information. This page presents details and links to a few example systems hosted by the National Gallery.
 
The National Gallery has been involved with a number of projects over the years examining processes to store and disseminate cultural heritage related information. This page presents details and links to a few example systems hosted by the National Gallery.
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==National Gallery: IIPImage Javascript Viewers==
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| [http://iipimage.sourceforge.net/ IIPImage] is an Open Source light-weight streaming client-server system for the web-based viewing and zooming of ultra high-resolution images. It is designed to be bandwidth and memory efficient and usable even over a slow internet connection. The system can handle both 8 and 16 bit images, CIELAB colorimetric images and scientific imagery such as multispectral images.
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A number of example viewer and applications that have been developed within the National Gallery can be seen [[National Gallery IIPImage|here]].
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|[[File:Iip.png|125px|IIPImage|
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link=http://iipimage.sourceforge.net/|
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alt=IIPImage]]
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==Environmental Monitoring==  
 
==Environmental Monitoring==  
 
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| The environmental conditions are monitored throughout the National Gallery. [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/scientific/environment/ Graphs] of recorded data can be viewed and manipulated and [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/scientific/environment/reports.php Reports] covering the conditions recorded can be accessed. The data present in this external system only covers the external environmental conditions.
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| The environmental conditions are monitored throughout the National Gallery. [http://research.ng-london.org.uk/scientific/environment/ Graphs] of recorded data can be viewed and manipulated. The data present in this external system only covers the external environmental conditions.
|[[File:EnvGraph.png|125px|Graphing Environmental Data|
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| align=right | [[File:EnvGraphV2.png|125px|Graphing Environmental Data|
link=http://cima3.ng-london.org.uk/scientific/environment/|  
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link=http://research.ng-london.org.uk/scientific/environment/|  
 
alt=Graphing Environmental Data]]
 
alt=Graphing Environmental Data]]
 
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{| style="border:0px;text-align:left;vertical-align:top;" cellpadding="10" cellspacing="0"  width="100%"
 
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| The [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/documentation Raphael Research Resource], funded by the [http://mac.mellon.org/ Museums and Art Conservation] section of the The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, it is a prototype system desinged to store and display a wide range of museum related information.
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| The [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/documentation Raphael Research Resource], funded by the [http://mac.mellon.org/ Museums and Art Conservation] section of the The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, it is a prototype system designed to store and display a wide range of museum related information. Further details of the software system used within this project can be found at: [[Raphael Digital Documentation Setup]].
|[[File:Ng_rrr.png|125px|Raphael Research Resource|
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link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/documentation|  
 
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alt=Raphael Research Resource]]
 
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| The [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/ptm/ Polynomial texture mapping] website was set up to provide additional multimedia content for the ICOM publication.
 
| The [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/ptm/ Polynomial texture mapping] website was set up to provide additional multimedia content for the ICOM publication.
|[[File:Ptm_thumb.png|125px|Polynomial texture mapping|
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link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/ptm/|  
 
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| The [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/arl/ Amber Research Laboratory website] has been set up to provide searchable access to the Amber Research Laboratory database. This is a user interface designed by the [http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/ National Gallery] to display the data available for download at the [http://chemistry.vassar.edu/ARL/data.html Amber Research Laboratory], a research institute within the [http://chemistry.vassar.edu/ Department of Chemistry] at [http://www.vassar.edu/ Vassar College].
 
| The [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/arl/ Amber Research Laboratory website] has been set up to provide searchable access to the Amber Research Laboratory database. This is a user interface designed by the [http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/ National Gallery] to display the data available for download at the [http://chemistry.vassar.edu/ARL/data.html Amber Research Laboratory], a research institute within the [http://chemistry.vassar.edu/ Department of Chemistry] at [http://www.vassar.edu/ Vassar College].
|[[File:Ng_arldb.png|125px|Amber Research Laboratory|
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link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/arl/|  
 
link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/arl/|  
 
alt=Amber Research Laboratory]]
 
alt=Amber Research Laboratory]]
 
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==National Gallery: IIPImage Javascript Viewers==
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== Additional Links ==
 
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* [http://museumscomputergroup.org.uk/2011/08/26/uk-museums-on-the-web-2011-2/ UK Museums on the Web 2011] slide share presentation: [http://www.slideshare.net/museumscomputergroup/presenting-and-referencing-high-resolution-images-on-the-web Presenting and Referencing High Resolution Images on the Web]
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* [http://www.northumbria.ac.uk/sd/academic/sass/events/sassevents/cons_symp12 30th Anniversary Gerry Hedley Student Symposium] presentation [[Media:JPadfield GHSS 2012 final.ppt|Prepare and store once, use as many times as you need: Presenting and organizing cultural heritage data for use and re-use]] by Joe Padfield.
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* [http://universalviewer.io/examples/#?manifest=http%3A%2F%2Ffiles.universalviewer.io%2Fmanifests%2Fnationalgallery%2Fsunflowers.json&c=0&m=0&s=0&cv=0 Test]
| [http://iipimage.sourceforge.net/ IIPImage] is an Open Source light-weight streaming client-server system for the web-based viewing and zooming of ultra high-resolution images. It is designed to be bandwidth and memory efficient and usable even over a slow internet connection. The system can handle both 8 and 16 bit images, CIELAB colorimetric images and scientific imagery such as multispectral images.
 
|[[File:Iip.png|125px|IIPImage|
 
link=http://iipimage.sourceforge.net/|
 
alt=IIPImage]]
 
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===National Gallery IIPImage example viewers===
 
{| style="border:0px;text-align:left;vertical-align:top;" cellpadding="10" cellspacing="0"  width="80%"
 
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| This [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/gallery/ example] IIPImage javascript client demonstrates how groups of images can be displayed as a simple film strip set-up, and then selected images are displayed with the full IIP Zooming functionaltiy. Older version of this concept can be seen [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/gallery_old/ here] and [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/examples/?example=4&rows=1&cols=1 here].
 
|[[File:Iip_gallery.png|125px|National Gallery IIPImage Gallery Viewer|
 
link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/gallery/|
 
alt=National Gallery IIPImage Gallery Viewer]]
 
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| This [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/examples/newcomp.html example] IIPImage javascript client demonstrates how zooming on several images can be linked together for image comparison.
 
|[[File:Iip_registered.png|125px|National Gallery IIPImage Register Image Viewer|
 
link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/examples/newcomp.html|
 
alt=National Gallery IIPImage Register Image Viewer]]
 
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| An IIPImage based system that displays the entire collection, at full resolution, all at the same time has been created has been created and can be found [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/collection here]. This example displays the possibility of displaying multiple image together in one client
 
|[[File:Iip_collection_viewer.jpg|125px|National Gallery IIPImage Collection Viewer|
 
link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/collection|
 
alt=National Gallery IIPImage Collection Viewer]]
 
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| The [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/documentation Raphael Research Resource], funded by the [http://mac.mellon.org/ Museums and Art Conservation] section of the The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, it is a prototype system desinged to store and display a wide range of museum related information and makes extensive use of IIPImage.
 
|[[File:Ng_rrr.png|125px|Raphael Research Resource|
 
link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/documentation|
 
alt=Raphael Research Resource]]
 
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===National Gallery IIPImage: Test and Experiments===
 
{| style="border:0px;text-align:left;vertical-align:top;" cellpadding="10" cellspacing="0"  width="80%"
 
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| This [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/annotation/ example] IIPImage javascript client demonstrates how annotations can be presented and edited, relative to zoomable images. This is an early example and the work is ongoing. A newer example, of annotation presentation can be seen here.
 
|[[File:Iip_annotation.png|125px|National Gallery IIPImage Basic Example: Annotations|
 
link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/annotation/|
 
alt=National Gallery IIPImage Basic Example: Annotations]]
 
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| This [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/rembrandt example] was set up to provide access to a number of images related to two National Gallery paintings by [http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/artists/rembrandt Rembrandt], [http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/goto/painting.ashx?ID=NG221 NG221] and [http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/goto/painting.ashx?ID=NG4930 NG4930], for a [http://mac.mellon.org/issues-in-conservation-documentation/pilot-projects Mellon] funded [http://english.rkd.nl/Projecten/the-rembrandt-database-mellon-project Rembrandt Research Project].
 
|[[File:Iip_rembrandt.png|125px|National Gallery IIPImage Basic Example: Rembrandt|
 
link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/rembrandt|
 
alt=National Gallery IIPImage Basic Example: Rembrandt]]
 
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| This [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/50paintings example] demonstrates several instances of simple image merging, what do you get is you merge 50 random paintings.
 
|[[File:Iip_50paintings.png|125px|National Gallery IIPImage Basic Example: 50 Paintings|
 
link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/50paintings|
 
alt=National Gallery IIPImage Basic Example: 50 Paintings]]
 
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===Older National Gallery IIPImage Example Viewers===
 
{| style="border:0px;text-align:left;vertical-align:top;" cellpadding="10" cellspacing="0"  width="80%"
 
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| This [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/examples/?example=1&rows=1&cols=2 example] IIPImage javascript client demonstrates how images can be pulled from seperate servers and in this case countries, but still be displayed together in one page.
 
|[[File:Iip_two_servers.png|125px|National Gallery IIPImage Basic Example: Multiple Servers|
 
link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/examples/?example=1&rows=1&cols=2|
 
alt=National Gallery IIPImage Basic Example: Multiple Servers]]
 
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| This [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/ngv_example/ example] has been set up to provide examples of some of the web based image processing applications that are being investigated in the scientific department of the National Gallery, London.
 
|[[File:Iip_blend.png|125px|National Gallery IIPImage Basic Example: Blending Images|
 
link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/ngv_example/|
 
alt=National Gallery IIPImage Basic Example: Blending Images]]
 
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| This [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/examples/?example=3&rows=2&cols=2 example] IIPImage javascript client demonstrates how random details can be displayed from large sets of images. This can be done with a single client or in this case multiple clients. It should be noted setting this page up with 200+ clients uses a lot of bandwith.
 
|[[File:Iip_random.png|125px|National Gallery IIPImage Basic Example: Slide Show|
 
link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/examples/?example=3&rows=2&cols=2|
 
alt=National Gallery IIPImage Basic Example: Slide Show]]
 
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| This [http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/examples/?example=2&rows=3&cols=3 example] IIPImage javascript client demonstrates how multiple IIPImage clients can be include in one page, without using frames.
 
|[[File:Iip_multiple.png|125px|National Gallery IIPImage Basic Example: Multiple Clients|
 
link=http://cima.ng-london.org.uk/iip/examples/?example=2&rows=3&cols=3|
 
alt=National Gallery IIPImage Basic Example: Multiple Clients]]
 
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Latest revision as of 10:44, 21 June 2017

The National Gallery has been involved with a number of projects over the years examining processes to store and disseminate cultural heritage related information. This page presents details and links to a few example systems hosted by the National Gallery.

National Gallery: IIPImage Javascript Viewers

IIPImage is an Open Source light-weight streaming client-server system for the web-based viewing and zooming of ultra high-resolution images. It is designed to be bandwidth and memory efficient and usable even over a slow internet connection. The system can handle both 8 and 16 bit images, CIELAB colorimetric images and scientific imagery such as multispectral images.

A number of example viewer and applications that have been developed within the National Gallery can be seen here.

IIPImage

Environmental Monitoring

The environmental conditions are monitored throughout the National Gallery. Graphs of recorded data can be viewed and manipulated. The data present in this external system only covers the external environmental conditions. Graphing Environmental Data

Raphael Research Resource

The Raphael Research Resource, funded by the Museums and Art Conservation section of the The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, it is a prototype system designed to store and display a wide range of museum related information. Further details of the software system used within this project can be found at: Raphael Digital Documentation Setup. Raphael Research Resource

Polynomial Texture Mapping

The Polynomial texture mapping website was set up to provide additional multimedia content for the ICOM publication. Polynomial texture mapping

Amber Research Laboratory Database

The Amber Research Laboratory website has been set up to provide searchable access to the Amber Research Laboratory database. This is a user interface designed by the National Gallery to display the data available for download at the Amber Research Laboratory, a research institute within the Department of Chemistry at Vassar College. Amber Research Laboratory

Additional Links