Indianapolis Museum of Art launches new online collection
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"Visitors to the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s website can now explore more than 51,000 objects from the Museum’s permanent collection in a revamped online database optimized for speed, user experience and mobile use. The new online collection offers a visually rich platform with over 33,000 high-quality images available for viewing and high-res zooming capabilities to provide detailed views of assorted works. A hallmark of the new website is the 21,000 images now available for high-res download, providing open access to imagery for any personal, scholarly or commercial use. Multiple views of many three-dimensional works are also available to provide a unique online viewing experience for the site user ... The new platform replaces the previous collections database created in 2010. The revamped online collection was created by the IMA Lab, the award-winning technology consulting arm of the Museum ..."
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