It’s been some time since my last post. Work was ongoing to finalise the last version of the platform, and a lot of operations had been taken place to move our servers due to infrastructure change on our hosting provider side.
With this post, I want to quickly bring to you back to the root of the project and how it started and went on.
For almost 2 years, development has been ongoing on the Muzz platform.
We have been online in beta since October 2019 and we just released the last version this week which addresses some display inconsistencies…
Note: this series of blog posts introduces the concept, the design and the development that led to launching this platform which automates the process of transforming heterogeneous cultural datasets into standardised IIIF and EDM datasets, along with offering a public space for the revamped collections. You can find the 1st part HERE.
This post will be presenting the architecture that we have designed for this project. But we first want to thank all the contributors to the open-source repositories we have used and tweaked. Thank you, everyone, this is tremendous work! …
muzz.app is a data aggregation platform that enables cultural institutions to seamlessly convert and publish their collections with IIIF and Linked Data standards, while their content get enriched with extra metadata thanks to computer vision.
We recently presented muzz.app at the IIIF Conference in Gottingen, Germany. Now we want to formally launch the Beta version to the world and offer 10 institutions the opportunity to benefit from a free team account with 30GB of image storage for 6 months.
So without further ado, let us introduce you to this little monster of ours …
A data aggregation platform that enables cultural institutions to seamlessly convert and publish their collections metadata with IIIF and Linked Data.