oh I guess Taiwan’s Intellectual Property Office has yet to figure out how to use TinEye 🙂 Continue reading Copyright
Many of you have asked us where the name “TinEye” originated. We’ll give you a quick hint: ROBOTS. We at Idée love robots, machines, and all things mechanical. In fact, our office is filled with mechanical friends! So a little history: back in 2000 when we were brainstorming cool names for our image recognition technology, … Continue reading TinEye: What’s in a name?
Well it is about time that the Google folks mimicked the Canadian search giants – yes, that us! Google introduced colour search to image searching. Nice. Of course it will be awesome! Still no multicolour on Google but you can try a simple hack to get the poor man’s multicolour on Google: search for a … Continue reading Google + colour searching
From Mavericks at work “.. in business, as in basket ball, the smart take from the strong – that the best way to outperform the competition is to outthink the competition.. ” and it’s the “..mavericks do the work that matters most – the work of originality, creativity, and experimentation..” totally driven by passion! Which … Continue reading Passion at work
As most of you know, TinEye is our reverse image search engine. Go ahead try it, it does not bite and does quite a bit of searching too. We released our TinEye Firefox add on a few months ago and today it has close to 13,000 downloads! Continue reading TinEye firefox add-on
Well TinEye is a myth debunker! He is a fake photo buster. A couple of days ago the UK Telegraph reported that there was perhaps a giant snake lurking in the Borneo river but Mark Frauenfelder from BoingBoing smelled a doctored photograph: Via BoingBoing: My unexpert analysis concludes that these photos of a 100-foot long … Continue reading TinEye – the debunker of fake photos!
When Kevin Kelly talks *you* listen. I am a huge Kevin Kelly fan so seeing our little reverse image search engine on his Cool Tool list made me sing all day. Ok not all day but you get the idea! Continue reading TinEye is a Cool Tool: well hell yeah!
Somebody please tell the Department of Defense about TinEye. I mean if you are going to retouch photographs and release them as handouts, would you not first want to make sure that nobody can actually find the originals? And what’s the best way to do that (besides Bob Owen’s eagle eyes!)? TinEye it is. Continue reading Department of Defense and Photoshop
I have the feeling somebody in the Ideeplex is going to get this lovely T-Shirt. So many robots, so much fun. I am looking forward to TinEye joining the robot armada soon and this little tshirt will need to be updated again; because TinEye is a super hero now! Continue reading Robots
What’s the secret behind For Tax Reasons‘ terrific work? They make those fancy animations with hard labor coerced from underpaid, non-union robots. Robots with simmering resentments that might! just! blow! up! Ah… I knew we were not the only ones using robots! I flew from Seattle to San Francisco on Virgin America and this video … Continue reading Fancy pants robots