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December 24, 2006


Filed under: Image search, reviews — Peter @ 3:19 am

ImageSeeker from LTU Technologies – Based on color, texture, and image segmentation. No upload - the demo applies to a fixed image collection. Whether it actually uses image analysis is unclear.

One Response to “ImageSeeker”

  1. Computer Vision for Dummies » Update on ImageSeeker Says:

    […] I ran into a report by WSJ on LTU TEchnologis and ImageSeeker: ”The company has come up with software that can recognize, index and describe images according to their visual features.” “ImageSeeker [is] an image-comparison engine allowing users to search for photos and videos using images instead of keywords.” I said to myself ”Nothing new” and then I saw the date November 19, 2001! I guess the news is that how little has happened since…  To confirm, I went to the web site. The only demo is the one I saw last time I was there. There is a collection of a few dozen images and you can “find similar images” - from the same collection. The search continues… […]

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