To search by image, you use a reverse image search engine. TinEye is the original reverse image search engine, using image recognition with a growing index of billions of images. You can use TinEye to find out where an image came from, how it is being used, if modified versions of the image exist, or to find a higher resolution version. Let’s learn to do a reverse image search with TinEye!
Here at the TinEye HQ we receive user questions about our reverse image search engine and its search results every day, which is wonderful (we are not complaining!). So we’ve decided to answer our user questions through a series of blog posts. This week’s question comes to us in many many many forms, but it can simply be distilled to: “How do I find the copyright owner of...
Well we know it is not 2 billion images but close!
Another little TinEye index update of 19 million images. Are there yet? Are there yet?
Well folks we’ve heard you loud and clear: “We don’t want to log in to use TinEye“. Good news! TinEye is now open for anyone and everyone to use, without the need to log in or register. Our registered friends – and there are almost 200,000 of you – however, will enjoy some great perks.
And there have been some other changes too!
Well, it has been a little while since our last post! We have been busy at the Ideeplex! More about that later… Now, yesterday I came across a little announcement about an interactive advertising agency (Traction) launching a social media engagement initiative for Adobe – yes, a lot of words to basically say: Traction launched a facebook game that asks “fans” of the Adobe...