This is an especially unique way to display large images - even HUGE
images, or items where detail is important! Zoom in, move
around - the detail is only limited by the original photograph! Website guests
will love it! What makes this technique
advantageous? Lets say you have an image that's 15 megabytes in
size. Nobody is going to wait for that image to download, plus it
would be too huge to even see on a single screen! Of course this
technique can be used on ANY size image. So you have a
dilemma: you want a potential customer to see DETAIL, but that kind
of detail can require a huge file and be cumbersome to display and
move around. Jewelry, artwork, furniture, fabric and posters
are some examples that come to mind. Here's the solution!
With our zoomable images, a small version of the image is displayed
- only 15K or so - that downloads in seconds. As a person
zooms in and moves the mouse around, more detailed images download.
How does it work? We slice the image up into numerous smaller
images. Those slices get sliced up and so on. We then use a special compression program. These image slices
are displayed as needed. This way only the needed sections are
downloaded on demand!
Take a look at our samples for a first-hand perspective!
Three Pieces of
Jewelry - Extreme Detail
This sample has three individual zoomable images - Two
rings and a necklace. If you sell small items such as
watches and jewelry, this is the perfect way to showcase
your products. Showcase your custom work!
A great example of EXTREME detail. If you are renting or
selling anything that has a lot of detail, or need to
show first hand the settings on your equipment, this is
perfect! You almost can count the dust particles!
A few years back a Chicago area dive organization sank a
derelict ship in Lake Michigan as an artificial reef and
dive site. Here are a couple of panoramic views of the
Straits of Mackinac.
Inside, Boiler Room
Straits of Mackinac, Lake Michigan
Practical example for a health food or grocery store or
Jagermeister Shot Glass
Check out the detail on the Elk's head. Imagine the
possibilities - jewelry sales, collectibles, coins, etc.
We made the left side of the image with a greater
resolution so you can see the difference when zooming
Treasure Coin from 1693
Extreme detail from this 5000 dpi image. Zoomable to the
1/10th of an inch! Another fine example for sellers of
jewelry, coins, and collectibles.