Using the IIIF Mirador viewer
The Mirador viewer lets you view, zoom, and compare digital images – it is especially useful for examining archival materials like books and manuscripts that cannot be handled heavily, like the Class of 1982 Sequentiary.
By default, the viewer shows you one page at a time with a scrollable list of all the pages in the book below the current image:
Arrow buttons allow you to page backward and forward through a multi-image object.
There are also options fpr zooming in and out; panning up, down, right, left or returning the image to the initial view.
The scrollable list of pages has a toggle to hide and show it.
There is a menu for temporarily manipulating the current image (rotate, brightness, contrast, grayscale, invert). There is also menu for annotations which are not currently enabled by default.
There is a menu for adding additional viewer slots to compare two (or more) images side-by-side, and you can also show or hide the index panel.
You can also change the displayed view, view the object metadata, and toggle full-screen. The view menu lets you change between a view of a single page, a book view which shows a two-image spread, a large scrollable list of all images, and a grid of thumbnails.
Want more? View the technical documentation for the Mirador viewer.