Friday, September 12th, 2008

IIPMooViewer: Mootools-based Ajax Javascript Viewer

Category: MooTools, Showcase

Ruven Pillay has updated the JavaScript image viewer that we posted on awhile back. We asked Ruven what he has done and he told us:

Well, I’ve just released a new version which updates the libraries to Mootools 1.2 and adds a whole bunch of useful features like navigation buttons, a draggable navigation window and the ability to create layers.

I’ve also tried to push javascript to it’s limits and build an advanced visualization application around the IIPMooViewer. There is a demo of a multispectral viewer, which allows you to blend between different kinds of scientific imagery of the same painting. For example, you can blend between a normal colour image and an X-ray / UV or infra-red view. You can also view the spectral curve at each point on the painting when you click on the main image. The whole thing is pure javascript (using Mootools) with the graphing done using Canvas/VML via the MooCanvas library.

Posted by Dion Almaer at 10:44 am
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