Explore the Imago Web portal
This tutorial provides a brief guide to view core and chip tray images in the Imago Web portal using the demonstration account.
Using the demonstration login credentials, open www.imago.live and click Try It Now!
Click the image in point 1:
Username: ImagoDemo1 Password: ImagoDemo1 > Click Sign in
Let's put it all together by viewing and working with some imagery. Click 'Downhole' in the 'Firefly Resource Development' workspace. A list of drillholes are displayed. Make the selection (AADD0141) as shown:
Imagery associated with this drillhole is displayed in the Active Imagery area and also on the light table (on by default). Click and drag the imagery on the light table. Try switching to Image Gallery.
Use the mouse wheel to zoom in/out:
Make sure you have switched back to light table. Untick 'Core Boxes', and click 'Downhole Wet'. Use the mouse wheel to zoom. Click and drag to reposition image on light table:
Data may be added to the view by selecting from the list of drill holes (shown below). Drag and zoom as needed. To access collections which may be hidden in Active Imagery, minimise the 'Drilling Core' collection:
Now add the collections as shown, reposition and zoom:
Any type of imagery may be added, for display alongside the core or chip images. For example; geophysical logs, televiewer images, hyperspectral or images representing XRF readings.
Let's have a look at the imagery from a downhole perspective. Change the imagery displayed in on the light table as shown. On the lower right, click the button to display to scale:
Left mouse click on the light table to display a yellow line indicating depth at the mouse cursor position. Use the Ctrl key together with mouse click/drag up and down to adjust the depth of each image. This is a visual adjustment - depths are not saved:
To view chip trays, close all the Active Imagery by clicking the 'x' for each. Once done, select 'Downhole Chips':
Make the selections in the Active Imagery area as shown below. Zoom in using the mouse wheel to see the value of high-quality images in the Imago environment:
If imagery has been assigned coordinates via Imago Mobile or an alternative workflow, these can be viewed in the Imago Map view. The demonstration workspace is "Blackfly Exploration":
Interfaces with Geology and Mine Planning tools
This image shows the display of the corresponding image in Imago by selecting a drill hole trace in a geology/mine planning tool (Surpac).
Click for list of products that interface with Imago: https://www.imago.live/integrations/
Where to Next?
This article has provided you with an overview of Imago. Want to explore image capture in Imago? Getting Started with Imago Capture is a good place to begin.
Want to see how to work with Imago Mobile? Getting started with Imago Mobile is your next article. These two articles will are your launchpad for capturing images.
Here is the current extensive list of supported cameras.
Want to explore more how to manage your images in Imago? Editing Images in The Imago Portal explains how to do this.
To see how easy it is to link Imago to your downstream product, click one of the following links: