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Ultra Resolution Storytelling

Micrio is an award winning platform for telling interactive stories with the highest resolution images. Used by journalists, artists, museums, photographers and other professionals.

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See it in action

Micrio was used to create the interactive documentary “The Garden of Earthly Delights” by the NTR, based on the world famous painting by Jheronimus Bosch. It was awarded multiple awards including the Webby Award for best interactive feature.

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Brands using Micrio

Over 50 customers use Micrio to tell stories with their high resolution imagery.

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Easy install and fully responsive

Getting started with Micrio only takes a minute. Upload your high-res image and publish. Your images will show smoothly on all devices.

Plans & pricing

Micrio is available as a subscription service. Plans vary with the number of Micrio stories you want to tell. All mentioned plans and pricings are per month.

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Fully featured

With storytelling, guided tours, ambient audio and voice-overs.

€49
per month
  • 5GB storage
  • 1TB traffic
  • High Resolution Tiled Imagery
  • 360° Images with VR Support
  • Easy Embedding
  • Positional Markers with Audio & Video
  • Linear Tours
  • Custom styling with CSS
  • Integrated Maps support
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Image only

Upload and share or embed your high resolution imagery

€12
per month
  • 5GB storage
  • 20GB traffic
  • High Resolution Tiled Imagery
  • 360° Images with VR Support
  • Easy Embedding

After signing up, you can create multiple projects having both types simultaneously.

Check the Plans & Pricing page for more details.

Roadmap

Software is never finished. For Micrio, we're currently working on user friendliness and documentation, compatibility with existing standards, and we're always trying to think of new cool features. Our current endeavours are:

  • Full IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework) support
  • Allowing custom Javascript and CSS inside the image editor, in order to create fully stand-alone custom implementations
  • Making the client JavaScript library Open Source