Do you prefer to host your images in-house - on your own servers? Need an upgrade of your existing image server? Install IIIFServer software to publish your digital collection.

The IIIFServer is easy to use binary installer distributed on Windows or Linux (Docker, .deb, .rpm). The software is designed for serving large number images on the web. Images are available in the zoomable viewer for browsing or embedding.

IIIF Image API version 2.0 as interoperability standard is fully supported. It allows you to be compatible with a large number of client-side viewers and applications. Such as Mirador, OpenSeadreagon, Georeferencer, IIIFViewer and more.

Powered by JPEG2000 format. Source images can be in either TIFF or JPEG2000 format, which has been implemented using the Kakadu library. Download section contains tested, ready-to-install binaries with guaranteed functionality.

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IIIFViewer Github

IIIFServer includes IIIFviewer - WebGL | Canvas | DOM
mobile-ready fast viewer powered by OpenLayers V3.

IIIFViewer is optimized for desktop and mobile devices (iOS, Android), is open-source, free to use and has, compared to other viewers, the following extra features:

  • Rotation on client side
  • Drawing tools
  • WebGL accelerated

See full screen demo (and try it on mobile device):
http://klokantech.github.io/iiifviewer/

Omeka IIIF Plugin Github

This plugin adds support for IIIF (http://iiif.io/) APIs into Omeka. Items created in Omeka can load images from any existing IIIF server. Each Omeka item with IIIF image exposes the presentation metadata via the IIIF Manifest URL - so the items can be easily displayed and used in other tools such as Mirador, UniversalViewer or Georeferencer. Users can configure in the plugin the IIIFHosting.com service - then the new images such as JPEG or TIFFs uploaded via administration of Omeka website will be turned into IIIF image service automatically and are going to be available in a fullscreen zoomable viewer and in variable pixel size via a responsive image service.

View on Github Github See a demo
omeka plugin screenshot