TinEye makes website of the day over at PopWatch. Well thank you Entertainment Weekly! That’s awesome.
Is it 2009 already? How did that happen? Happy to welcome you new year – but hey slow down a little, we need a bit of time to appreciate these first frigid months in Toronto. Don’t know about you folks but we are experiencing some crazy cold weather. Ah but we love it! We are […]
That’s right folks, we just added another 200 million images to TinEye (give or take a few million). Now you can search over 900,000,000 images in real time, comparing any image against our index of almost one billion images crawled from the web. What does this mean for you, TinEye searcher? More matches! Let’s try […]
Camera shopping is hard work. Over the past ten years I’ve purchased three digital cameras, and each purchase was more difficult than the last. Thankfully sites like Digital Photography Review, and Steve’s Digicams have made it easier because the camera companies are not exactly objective. The DSC-T3 viewfinder image is a film-camera stock photo that […]
Jacqui Cheng from ars technica took TinEye for a spin and shared her thoughts on our image search engine, saying: Our opinion of the site transformed from skeptical to impressed as we used it more and more. It’s obviously not meant for casual web browsing or finding out what that crazy animal you saw on […]
In Visual search engine is photographer’s best friend PC Pro’s Stuart Turton takes a peek at TinEye and some applications of our image identification technology. Turton also notes: TinEye could provide an entirely new way for image companies and amateur photographers to track how and where their images are being used, without the need for […]
TinEye is certainly busy searching up a storm. It is great to see so many nifty search results and to find out how our beta image search engine is helping you locate images online. From photoshopped cows to book cover artwork, TinEye is finding amazing matches. Here are just a few of the recent cool searches that have been submitted to us by TinEye […]
I had not seen this paper about automatic face replacement to deal with privacy issues for example. [...] we present a complete system for automatic face replacement in images. Our system uses a large library of face images created automatically by downloading images from the internet, extracting faces using face detection software, and aligning each […]
One of the challenges faced by microstock photographers is building a portfolio of images in use. Odds are that once an image is purchased it’s unlikely that the photographer will hear back about how and where that image was used. How do you demonstrate that your work is in demand? What if you just want to show your […]
Idée and TinEye get a nod from Tom Keenan in ‘Cloud computing a down-to-earth solution’ from last month’s Business Edge. Keenan says “Idée is definitely in the visual search-engine lead.” Yes we are!