- VisiOmatic 2
- VisiOmatic 1
- A set of three g,r, and z-band image stacks of DECam exposures centered on IC2391 (α=08h39m07s, δ=+52°50'35'') obtained for the DANCe project, illustrating real-time synchronization between views with different pixel grids.
- r, i and Ks-band image stacks of Megacam and WFCam exposures covering about 100 square degrees around the Pleiades star cluster (α=03h48m19s, δ=+24°24'15''), and featuring custom overlays with the brightest Pleiades members amongst those identified by Sarro et al. (2014) as part of the DANCe project. The small (clickable) lines represent the apparent paths that the stars will cover during the next 1000 years.
Getting and installing VisiOmatic
The VisiOmatic development repository is on GitHub.
To make VisiOmatic work on your system you will need to install first
- Download the VisiOmatic package and uncompress it, or get the latest development version with the shell command
git clone https://github.com/astromatic/visiomatic.git
- Copy the VisiOmatic package directory to a path accessible from your HTML server e.g.,
cp -r visiomatic /var/www/html/
- Download and Install the Leaflet library and copy it to a path accessible from your HTML server e.g.,
cp -r Leaflet /var/www/html/
- Convert a set of FITS images with STIFF, e.g.:
stiff -BITS_PER_CHANNEL -32 -COPY_HEADER Y /path/to/image*.fits -OUTFILE_NAME /path/to/image.ptif
- Create a web page to visualize your image: checkout this commented example.
Bertin, Pillay and Marmo (2015): Web-Based Visualization of Very Large Scientific Astronomy Imagery, Astronomy & Computing 10,43 [ADS link].