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Jun 25, 2005 9:46pm

GSV released

I've taken my previously-mentioned giant-ass image viewer, renamed it to "GSV", and cleaned it up a bit for easier distribution under a BSD license.

Check it out.


  • Allows viewing of extremely large images on the web, by segmenting them into smaller tiles and showing only what will fit on the screen.
  • Complete visual control through vanilla CSS.
  • No server-side technology required.
  • Developed in Mozilla and Safari, tested in Internet Explorer, reportedly works in Opera.
  • Thanks to behaviour.js, very little actual Javascript knowledge required.
  • Includes Python script for segmenting images.
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