Large collections can be organised heirarchically by folder or category, the initial view showing a representation of each group in 3D. Alternatively the collection can be organised automatically, allowing groups of similar images to be shown in the initial view. Either way See-View has the ability to organise and dispay thousands of images.
The examples below use a collection of nearly 20,000 images to demonstrate the method, the images are organised in 140 groups each containing an average of 140 images.
In the DHTML version image groups are represented by the numbers on each image. This number shows the amount of broadly similar images that the group contains. WebGL needs a modern browser, and image groups are represented by image cubes, this has the effect of indicating that each cube contains more images.

Demonstration using DHTML


DHTML Stock collection Demo using directory structure
Folder structure

DHTML Stock collection Demo organised automatically
Automatic organisation

Demonstration using WebGL


WebGL Stock collection Demo using directory structure
Folder structure

WebGL Stock collection Demo organised automatically
Automatic organisation


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