I was reminded earlier this week at DLF (and a few minutes ago by Tom
and Simeon) that I hadn't ever announced a project I've been working for
the least year or so to this list. I showed an early version in a
lightning talk at code4libcon last year.
Meet Loris: https://github.com/pulibrary/loris
Loris is a Python based image server that implements the IIIF Image API
version 1.1 level 2.
It can take JP2 (if you make Kakadu available to it), TIFF, or JPEG
source images, and hand back JPEG, PNG, TIF, and GIF (why not...).
Here's a demo of the server directly: http://goo.gl/8XEmjp
And here's a sample of the server backing OpenSeadragon:
Digital Initiatives Programmer/Analyst
Princeton University Library
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