first of all, thank you very much for keeping this amazing project up and running! ;).
In my use-case, I am interested in creating a web application that allows to visualize high-resolution streaming images acquired by an xray system while scanning objects on a moving conveyor belt.
I would like to visualize the streaming raw images as the acquisition systems (the server) writes them to disk to check that the experiment is going well and the images are acquired as expected. Every “dt” milliseconds the acquisition system acquires a new “snapshop” and writes it to disk, this image is of dimension 64 x 10240. The number of images acquired during an experiment is variable (it could be thousands, tens-of-thousands, or even millions, it depends on the duration of the experiment).
I am planning extending the acquisition systems such that not only write the raw images to disk, but also generate the image tiles (possibly zarr tiles) to be used by bokeh. I would like to use bokeh for visualizing such stream of images as they are generated and exposed by the acquisition system. At any given moment, the user can interact with the viewer (zoom-in/out, panning, etc), while the acquisition system continues streaming the new data. Do you guys think is it possible to use bokeh to accomplish such goal?
Thank you very much!
All the comments, suggestions and advices are truly welcome ;).