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RTI Hosting/processing for web viewing

Jessica Walthew

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We are working with our digital team to integrate a live web RTI viewer into our museum's website (nested in our pre-existing website templates). We have already sorted out some of the front end presentation issues, but are seeking advice from anyone with experience with the back end file hosting. I'm wondering how others have dealt with image compression/downressing of files to facilitate speedy web access.  Please let me know if you'd be willing to answer questions from us on this topic. 

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Have you looked at the WebRTIViewer?  http://vcg.isti.cnr.it/rti/webviewer.php

It's from the Visual Computing Lab in Pisa - and those folks have spent some time looking at compression and tiling and similar techniques for using big files over the internet.  The project is open source. Contact info for Gianpaolo Palma is also on this page.  He was the primary developer.

They also support RTIs in the 3D Heritage Online Presenter (3DHOP) tool.  It's from the same team.


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