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Since we released Deep Zoom Composer a while ago at MIX, we relied extensively on all of you to both create cool things using it as well as suggest new features for subsequent releases. Another major area that many of you have helped us with is documenting some of the cool things that you all have done with Deep Zoom.
In this post, I’ll try to point out some of the cool documentation to help you out in your deep zoom quest:
If you have something really cool about Deep Zoom that you’ve written that I did not mention here, please send me an e-mail kirupac[at]microsoft.com, and I will look into adding it.
Cheers! Kirupa :)
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Since we released Deep Zoom Composer a while ago at MIX, we relied extensively on all of you to both
Alex Golesh altering style dynamically, Tim Heuer revisits the Install, Mike Taulty on Async Events and
My take on the tag browsing. Have yet to complete my blog entry on this but basically I have extended the metadata XML to include additional info.
Opps here is the link: http://www.mics.com/storm/DeepZoomMetadataTestPage.html
(I posted it as the 'Your URL' ... Doh!)
para quem quiser se aprofundar no Deep Zoom (ops, escolha estranha de verbo), aqui vão algumas referências
It's a brilliant tool alright, but still, can MS Silverlight really compete with Adobe Flash? DeepZoom sure is cool though :)