The recent LUNA release (v7.3 on June 20, 2017) enhances LUNA’s capacity to serve as a preservation repository for source images as well as associated file formats
Providing flexibility to manage and control safekeeping of media resources from both within LUNA and/or Nearline or Coldline Storage, LUNA now bridges repository management with expanded source media integration while enabling media resources to be viewed and managed through the LUNA Toolset.
An early adopter of IIIF, Luna is the “one DAM vendor” already supporting IIIF.
With our current release (v7.2.6) LUNA can be configured for site-wide SSL across the LUNA Toolset...
Our October 2016 release introduces the integration of the Google Cloud Vision API to make use of Google’s image analysis capabilities in LUNA. This technology analyzes the content of an image, turning it into information that you can use to build your image catalog or supplement your own metadata.
LUNA is designed to support a wide variety of file types, including content from video sharing sites like YouTube and Vimeo, as well as other URL-based content. Treating URLs as objects in LUNA empowers users to add diverse content to LUNA collections. If a browser can render it, then LUNA can display it.
We are excited to announce that LUNA now includes a number of powerful new features: fully integrated IIIF, support for Google Cloud's Vision API and support for dynamic HTML media in the LUNA Viewer.
The latest design introduces larger fonts and bolder elements, for a more intuitive user experience. We've removed the horizontal constraint for thumbnails resulting in a more engaging ‘Browse All’ experience...
This week marks the opening of the David Rumsey Map Center at Stanford University. Our LUNA software has long been the discovery platform for the amazing collection that David has had the vision to assemble. Now with the opening of the Center there is a physical home for the collection, with a focus on its stunning visual content.
With our next release we're unveiling a significant update to LUNA's visual design and user experience.
We were recently called upon to digitize selected portions of the UCLA Clark Library’s First Edition of the Collected Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, published in 1532...
Here at Luna we have always strived to adopt technologies and standards that best meet the needs of our community and will have longevity, not just cutting edge appeal. We think the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) has met this criteria.