Java Advanced Imaging In Action -- YaWah.com

 
 

eRez Imaging Server

Founded in 2001, YaWah.com is a leading supplier of e-business components for cross-media imaging. Drawing on decades of experience in the imaging software industry, YaWah is dedicated to simplify cross media publishing of high quality image content.

Preparing and distributing images for different media, such as the internet or professional printing, used to be a time consuming, error prone and expensive task. No more!

With the eRez Imaging Server you and your colleagues, clients, partners or the press can quickly retrieve images optimized for the job at hand in a quick, easy and fully automated process.

Based on the concept “single source dynamic imaging”, the eRez Imaging Server enables you to automatically generate an endless number of image variations from the same single master image. So from now on, you only need to create and maintain one version of every image.

The eRez Imaging Server sets completely new standards for image sharing and distribution. Publish your complete image library on the Internet in a simple one-step process. And let Internet users zoom in, rotate and examine details of high resolution images, requiring no more than a regular dial-up connection. You can even let users browse and view images in detail from their mobile phones.


Example: Click on the image to zoom in on the details

Images taking up even gigabytes of server space can be viewed in detail from anywhere using a mobile phone with a UMTS (3G), GPRS or even a GSM Internet connection

"Our applications are built on Java technology and open standards and are therefore immediately compatible with all platforms that support Java - which is to say all platforms.  Java Advanced Imaging is a highly professional imaging framework and plays an important role in our designs"

Kristian Ottosen
Founder, YaWah.com

YaWah.com
Præstekravevej 23
DK-8541 Skødstrup
Denmark
+45 7026 2515

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