CategoryImage recognition APIs

Simple way to use the TinEye API

As you know, reverse searches on TinEye are free for non-commercial use, and that means it is free for people like you and me who need to perform the occasional reverse image searches. But what if your use is a commercial use, say you work for a corporation, or are in need of high volume reverse searches and would still like to perform reverse image searches in a snap and without any integration...

MulticolorEngine: color search with tags

TinEye color search fans rejoice! One of the most requested feature for our TinEye color search lab is the ability to not only search by color but also refine searches by using tags. And that’s what you are going to be able to do as of now: our new color search lab incorporates tags. You can now search 20 million creative commons images using both colors and tags.

TinEye Multicolor Search on Hacker News

Well, good morning! Always nice to wake up to Hacker News love for our multicolor search! If you haven’t tried our color search, go ahead and try it now. Warning: this is highly addictive! We also release a color extraction tool whereby you can extract all the colors present in an image, give it a whirl in our lab as well. Color search 101 and color extraction 101 cover the basics of the...

MulticolorEngine: a color search API!

It is finally here!
MulticolorEngine, the API powering our color search lab is now released. You have probably already played with our released color search lab and already experienced addictive color searching but if you haven’t, give it a whirl today. In our lab, you can search a 10 million image collection by colors. Not just one color!

Preview: the spanking new TinEye APIs

I am sure you have noticed that we have been quiet on the TinEye front for a few months now. That’s because we have been busy building our TinEye APIs and also “dog fooding” our APIs. Oh I see you are not familiar with one of our favourite expressions? Eating your own dog food? Well, we have been eating our own dog food. By that we mean using our own APIs to build internal...