Deep Zoom: Truce In Korea War

Some Deep Zoom Image Examples

  • The Five Points, 1827

  • 1910 Brentano’s Air View Map of Washington DC

  • The Washington Redskins Win Super Bowl XVII, 1983

  • Jan Tschichold, printer instructions, 1940s

  • Germany Surrenders

  • Dada-ist Xray

  • History’s Worst War Is Over

  • Truce In Korea War

  • Gonzaga College High School Aquilian – 1945

  • Army Launches U.S. Satellite Into Orbit

  • Shepard’s Flight ‘Perfect’

  • Nation’s Great File Past Kennedy’s Bier

  • Gonzaga College circa 1906

  • Gonzaga Alumni Smoker 1928

  • Ushers @ 1927 World Series

  • Map of the Territory of Columbia 1793

  • Oetting Family Tree 1912

  • Tenallytown, Washington DC 1894

  • 1894 Plat of Tenallytown, DC, v2

  • Map: Greensburg, Penn. (1901)

  • Baist’s Map of the Vicinity of Washington D.C., 1904

  • Baist’s Map of Friendship Heights, Washington D.C., 1911

  • Baist’s Map of Chevy Chase, Washington D.C., 1911

  • Map: Washington, D. C. (1921)

  • A Three-Mile-High View of the Nation’s Capital 1936

  • Rhythm Section At Rest

  • Albert Bierstadt, Sketchbook Excerpt, I

  • Albert Bierstadt, Light in the Forest, 1875

  • Rene Antoine Houasse

  • Hieronymus Bosch – Garden of Earthly Delights

  • Judith Leyster, Self-Portrait (c. 1633)

  • fort-reno-number-0063

About This Image

Truce In Korea War – Chicago Daily Tribune – July 27, 1953

Who Uses This Technology?

Deep-Zoom Images are for those who need to present hi-resolution image galleries using modern Internet technologies: archivists, museums, photographers and others with a need to present collections of hi-quality, fast-loading imagery via web browser, tablet or smartphone.

About This Project

I recently built a custom PHP- and mySQL-based WordPress automation system for batch-adding image collections with 1,000s of images into custom WordPress sites.

This cutting-edge solution automates custom SQL INSERT statements, allowing an admin an easy-to-use way to add many new Deep-Zoom image custom posts into WordPress, all at one time, in just a few seconds.

A museum website, for example, using open-source JavaScript libraries in the front-end can use this solution to guide visitors on a journey through the thousands of images in its collections, and add more at any time. And since it's WordPress, every image can be shared socially; can have individual categories and tags assigned to it; and can (optionally) have comments added.

Part of this project also includes automated batch-conversion of any number of scanned images from TIF or JPG to DZI, all at once or at any time.

Client Case Study:
The National Press Foundation

I was hired to build the National Press Foundation a brand new website featuring a state-of-the-art digital asset management system allowing the foundation to deliver streamlined interactive educational experiences to the national and international journalists making up its target audience.


READ MORE about the interesting, successful NPF project