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Case 1 - Injury Films (6-11-98) - Java Test
Clicking on the images above activates Lawrence Goetz's Java Image Viewer.
It works better with Internet Explorer than Netscape on both Macs and
PCs. Netscape apparently uses its own java interpreter which is considerably
slower than that of Internet Explorer which uses the java interpreters provided
by the Mac and Windows operating systems.
- Simple, WYSIWYG intuitive interface which generally works well with
Mac and PC testing.
- No special browser plug-in required.
- Does not require any special formatting of the images (uses standard
- Could possibly be integrated with html batch processors such as the
MTX Tool by Dr. Richard
Rathe, UF, Gainesville.
- Simple to setup on standard Mac and PC web servers.
- Requires significant RAM (probably 128 MB minimum) when viewing multiple large
image files images, otherwise the hard disk starts to grind (using VM) and
the image display procedure slows and eventually fails.
- There is no possibility to window/level, rotate, invert or perform other
common image manipulation manuevers. There are more complex web browser
based java image viewers such as Andrew Barclay's