IIPImage is a high performance image server and client for viewing, navigating and zooming within high resolution images on the internet. Images in TIFF or JPEG2000 format are efficiently streamed by the server to a choice of clients that can be embedded within a web page.

Features

  • Efficient Streaming and Zooming of High Resolution Images
  • Variety of User Interfaces in Javascript, Flash, Flex and Java
  • High Performance FCGI C++ Server
  • TIFF and JPEG2000 support
  • 1, 8, 16 and 32 bit per channel image support
  • Multispectral image support
  • CIELAB colorimetric support
  • IIP, IIIF, Deepzoom and Zoomify API support

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Additional Project Details

Languages

Italian, English

Intended Audience

System Administrators, Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

C++, JavaScript

Registered

2003-08-05