Today marks the latest launch from the growing ChronoZoom community. Since the beta release back in June 2012, significant improvements have occurred to both the code and community.
When you visit ChronoZoom, you will be greeted by an updated appearance and improved initial load times and search, supported by a completely new scalable database structure. The project code repository is now on Github, where you can see the latest activity and you can join in development. You can also lead discussions on the Community and Developer forums.
In the last year, our community has expanded to include members from the University of Washington Center for Web & Data Science, and from the University of Washington Information School; joining existing members from Moscow State University Lomonosov, University of California at Berkeley, and Microsoft Research. We are excited at our progress and hope you will join us!
Upcoming: Want to start making history with ChronoZoom? Expect to see an authoring preview in about two weeks.