Thursday, 21 August 2008

Visual search engine is photographer's best friend

A new visual search engine could help photographers keep track of their photographs whenever, and wherever, they appear on the internet.

The TinEye search engine, developed by Canadian company Idee, allows users to search by uploading a picture rather than typing in a keyword. It then conducts a pixel by pixel search across the internet, flagging up all instances of that image even if it's been cropped, merged or digitally altered in some way.


1 comment:

Nataliy said...

Good info.
There is a new search engine. The new visual search engine, it is only for kids.