Mirador Imaging

Mirador is an open-source, configurable, extensible, and easy-to-integrate image viewer, which enables image annotation and comparison of images from repositories dispersed around the world.

The first version of Mirador was funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to Stanford University. Harvard University joined the effort in 2014.

Sirma became a major contributor to the Mirador Project in 2016 with funding from the National Gallery of Art (USA). We offer services to integrate, customize and extend the viewing platform.

Mirador has been optimized to display resources from repositories that support the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) API’s. It provides a tiling windowed environment for comparing multiple image-based resources, synchronized structural and visual navigation of content using OpenSeadragon, Open Annotation compliant annotation creation and viewing on deep-zoomable canvases, metadata display, book reading, bookmarking and more.

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