StrollView is a cross-institutional storytelling application. StrollView allows combining digital images from different cultural institutions, such as museums, libraries, and archives, into custom presentations. At this time StrollView supports any image source that is compatible with the IIIF APIs 2.x (see https://iiif.io) which currently is the most used IIIF standard in the wild.
StrollView consists of three applications: an editor for creating stories (“Strolls”), a player for presenting the Strolls, and a separate service that helps storing the Strolls on Github.
Public Demo: https://strollview.net
Video Tutorial (13min, English, including WordPress): https://www.loom.com/share/094f0709d93f4109b4900f9337353c10
Video Tutorial (11 min, German, without WordPress): https://www.loom.com/share/1b8aaef84dd042f084978e74e9c87e56
StrollView presentations (“Strolls”) can be displayed
- as standalone web pages
- embedded in any website or
- as a WordPress-Plugin.
A small demo of the WordPress-Plugin can be seen on the right side of this page.
StrollView was developed in cooperation with FORUM WISSEN, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen.