Libero now provides libraries, galleries, archives and museums with a new way of storing and displaying images and allows patrons to experience fast, rich zooming and display of images of books, maps, documents, manuscripts, artworks and archival material.
InFocus offers your patrons a more engaging way to interact with your digital collections. This enhancement, made possible through the use of the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF), allows your patrons to deeply engage with your collections while bringing digital content in focus. With Libero, your patrons can now view, zoom, compare, manipulate and work with images on the web.
Not only is this a significant improvement for the individual user as they can now closely examine an image in a collection, but it is also a great asset for the wider academic community to enrich their research.
We are also pleased to announce that the second release of InFocus will include automatic uploading of files and linking to catalogue records. This will significantly improve the workflow for libraries.
The first stage of InFocus is available to you now and offers a new way of storing and accessing images. If you would like to learn how to manually embed this enhancement into your Libero system, please contact our Customer Success team, who will be happy to provide you with more information.