Microsoft Live Labs - SeaDragon / DeepZoom

24. September 2009 15:04

Microsoft  Silverlight  0 Comments

Microsoft introduces yet another way to present you image collection online and its not only limited to present your huge photo collection but can also help you in your presentation (well I mean jaw-dropping presentation). After Microsoft Photosynth® it is another way to represent the collection of your picures. One thing is good for that you don't even have to download the huge/high resolution images from a website instead you can zoom in/out to get it all done at one place with this great technology. Here is how you can get a quick look and start.

To get started visit: http://livelabs.com/seadragon This is an official seadragon link where you get to know more about seadragon and DeepZoom . One good thing I found is that you can use Seadragon with AJAX and in Silverlight both and both supports APIs for developers to develop and leverage DeepZoom functionality. You can download the AJAX library and documenations to guide you throughout your own development process.

If you want to have a quick look on how this in actual works then visit: http://www.seadragon.com. Here you just have to give the URL of the photo you want to view with Seadragon viewer as shown in the below screenshot:

Once you provide the URL of your image just click Create and you can see the image withing the viewer above and other option to View, Embed and Share. Similarly here you can choose here from different images available.

 

In the coming posts I will describe how to use DeepZoom composer to create our own custom DeepZoom views. And atlast here is the outcome of the above.

 

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