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The HyperImage platform supports the linking of (audio)-visual objects, texts and mixed-media documents. HyperImage allows any number of details, or subregions, within an image to be highlighted and described, and link annotations within a corpus to each other, making them accessible in indices. Interim results as well as final versions can be compiled at any time as an online/offline hypermedia publication. This makes HyperImage a suitable research environment for digital humanities and eScience projects, providing a common research and publication environment for groups as well as individuals.

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The HyperImage Virtual Research Environment is released under an Open Source License and is maintained and constantly developed further by the Berlin-based company bitGilde IT Solutions UG.

News

HyperImage 2 Manual Now Available in English

Posted on Nov 20th, 2013 - By Jens-Martin Loebel

The HyperImage 2 Online Manual is now available in English as well as in German. Direct link: http://manual.hyperimage.ws/ We've also updated…

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New Conferences and Publications Section Online

Posted on Oct 24th, 2013 - By Jens-Martin Loebel

Starting today you can download all presentations, slides, conference materials and publications concerning HyperImage from our new section on…

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New Roadmap

Posted on Jul 11th, 2013 - By Jens-Martin Loebel

We have updated our roadmap to reflect the current project development…

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