A ton of features, right out of the box

Micrio was developed over a long period of time where there were many features added that you can use right out of the box.

High Resolution Zoomable Imagery

Micrio supports images up to 150.000 pixels wide and high. We create thousands of tiles out of the image and only show you the tiles you need to see.

Forget the burden of serverside image resizing-- Micrio will always download a sharp image for every screen format using as little bandwidth as possible, resulting in very quick image loads and high performance.

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Zoomable, interactive 360° images with tours

The high resolution function for flat images also works with 360 photos.

By linking different Micrio stories using positional markers, you can create interactive tours through your house or museum. In no-time you can publish your 360 interactive tours.

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Full IIIF support

Micrio is fully compatible with the open standards of IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework).

Both for the IIIF Image API as a web client for existing IIIF-compatible image servers, and as a fully qualified IIIF image server itself. Also Micrio galleries and storytelling have a IIIF Presentation API compatible output.

See our IIIF page for details

Cloud hosted global delivery

All uploaded images are processed serverside and hosted, optimized for high performance global delivery.

No sysadmins or servers needed, Micrio is a fully managed and hosted solution where you can focus on the things that matter most.

Positional Markers with Audio & Video

With the Micrio editor you are able to place markers anywhere on the canvas and assign audio or video to those markers.

Positional Ambient Audio

You can add ambient sounds to specific areas of your painting or photograph. This way you can highlight these areas of your canvas.

Linear Tours

Create tours that take your users past all markers on your canvas to give them a curated glance at the work.

Custom styling with CSS

Customize everything using CSS, use your own marker icons and styling and create nice overlays by placing your own image files (SVG, PNG) on top of your canvas.

Easy embedding

Try it yourself. First place this at the top of your HTML:

<script src="https://b.micr.io/micrio-4.1.min.js"></script>

And then paste the following on the place you want the Micrio canvas to be displayed:

<micr-io id="oJeaF" minimap fullscreen></micr-io>

Omit minimap or fullscreen if you don't want that. Check out the embedding documentation for more help.


Software is never finished. Our current endeavours are:

  • Upgrading the dashboard and image editor. Status Nov. 2023: Currently running in closed beta. If you want access, contact us!


For the latest changelog, please see this page.

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