Ultra resolution storytelling

Tell an image's story using ultra resolution imagery

Much can be said about many images and photos. Micrio is the perfect tool to integrate the stories into them instead of separate texts that are placed besides it.

It's a platform where you can upload your high-resolution imagery (no resolution limits, i.e. 150.000 x 150.000 pixels will work), annotate it in our comprehensive editor, and share it easily through the web. It works out of the box on all modern browsers and platforms, and has been created with the highest performance and bandwidth optimization in mind, so it goes smoothly on all sorts of devices.

Micrio started as the technology behind the interactive documentary of Jheronimus Bosch' Garden of Earthly Delights, triggering a worldwide audience and receiving many awards. All of the features there are now available in our own editor platform.

You can upload your image, add markers to it, create marker tours, video tours, add positional audio and music, and share this worldwide instantly. Or very easily embed them into your existing website using a single <micrio> element.

Try it yourself

You can create a free trial account in Micrio's editor environment, where you can upload, annotate, enrich and share your own story telling images. Upload your gigantic JPEG, TIFF, RAW or PNG images and add voice-over tours, markers explaining the tiniest details, and immersive background music to your collection.

For now, please contact us for license pricing. Pricing is per storytelling image, decreasing the more images you have. Automatic payment options are in the making-- check back soon for that!

Register your free trial account here

Micrio is used by

Featured implementations

SchoolTV interactive tours

SchoolTV, an educational TV programme by Dutch public-service broadcaster NTR, uses Micrio to create interactive video tours about many different subjects, used amongst others on digiboards in many classrooms. View their current implementations.

World Press Photo: The Bigger Picture

Together with World Press Photo, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, design studio Fabrique and Hack The Planet, the challenge of combining big data using storytelling into World Press Photo winning photos resulted in The Bigger Picture.

Jheronimus Bosch' Garden of Earthly Delights

To celebrate the 500th anniversary of painter Jheronimus Bosch, an interactive documentary about his most famous painting The Garden of Earthly Delights was made by Dutch public-service broadcaster NTR, documentary maker Pieter van Huystee Film, design studio Fabrique, and development agency Q42.

Projects developed with Micrio have received numerous awards