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High Resolution Image Viewers 

The viewers developed to date span over a number of Conservation projects, from the paintings of Caravaggio in San Luigi dei Francesi to the refectory of the Fondazione Giorgio Cini in Venice. The viewer's resolution is 400dpi on a scale of 1/1. For some tips on how to use the viewers, click here.

Tomb of Tutankhamun, four walls (3D grayscale and 2D colour data)
Luxor, Valley of the Kings. XVIII dynasty, New Kingdom, c. 1332-1323 B.C.
View here

Ennedi Mountains of Northern Chad
To view the French Panel, click here
For the Anthropomorphic dancers, click here
For the white figures, click here

The Cochno Stone Project (2D colour data, 3D grayscale and 3D colour data)
View here

Giovanni da MódenaLiving Cross (Croce Brachiale)
(Giovanni di Pietro Falloppi, 1379-1455), fresco, c.1420
View here

Giovanni da Módena, Verdant Cross, Mystery of the Fall and Redemption of Man
(Giovanni di Pietro Falloppi, 1379-1455), fresco, c.1420
View here

Caravaggio, The Calling of St. Matthew (left), The Inspiration of St. Matthew (center) The Martyrdom of St. Matthew(right),
(Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, 1571 –1610), oil on canvas, 1599–1602
View here

Veronese, Cenacolo Palladiano,
(Andrea Palladio in collaboration with Paolo Caliari AKA Veronese),
refectory oil on canvas, Fondazione Giogio Cini (Venice), c. 1563.
View with tapestry here(360º)
View without tapestry here (360º);

 

Tomb of Tutankhamun. High Resolution Image Viewer

A Flash based viewer application based on Openzoom technology is being worked on to navigate through the high resolution photographic data scanned at the tomb as the facsimile progresses. This navigator is an interactive tool that is being prepared for the Supreme Council of Antiquities and will be made available to specialists for studying and monitoring the condition of the tomb. It consists of an interactive Flash application embedded in a web browser. The navigator will be able to move around the entire tomb and zoom into the photographic data at a macro level. An additional feature will facilitate the writing of notes by and for specialists that will help further study on the tomb.

 

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