IIIF Viewers

Take advantage of the universe of IIIF-compliant viewers (and other tools), each with different features and benefits. You can try out some of the most popular options here, or explore more on Awesome IIIF, a community-built compendium of all things IIIF managed on GitHub.

Universal Viewer

A rich, embeddable interface that supports IIIF images, audio, and video, as well as non-IIIF 3D and PDF viewing experiences.

universal viewer screenshot

Universal viewer is displaying a IIIF Manifest from Bodleian Libraries.


Mirador

An open-source, web-based ‘multi-up’ viewer that supports zoom-pan-rotate functionality, and ability to display and compare simple images as well as images with annotations.

mirador viewer screenshot

Mirador is displaying IIIF Manifests from Harvard Art Museums and Bodleian Libraries.


OpenSeadragon

An open-source, web-based viewer for high-resolution zoomable images, implemented in pure JavaScript, for desktop and mobile. This viewer is not embeddable but you can try it out yourself here.

open seadragon viewer screenshot

This screenshot shows OpenSeadragon displaying a IIIF Manifest of a Gutenberg Bible from Princeton University.


Tify

A slim and fast IIIF document viewer built with Vue.js.

tify viewer screenshot

TIFY is displaying a IIIF Manifest from Göttingen State and University Library.


IIIF Curation Viewer

A general IIIF viewer with added focus on curation and ordering of cropped IIIF images. This viewer is not embeddable but you can try it yourself here.

curation board screenshot