Category Archives: Developers
Thinking of Recognize.im, we always focus on our customers. In order to extend the juggernaut of the tool we provide for them, we continuously search for the new ways to make our service better. This time, we introduced a brand … Continue reading
In the process of developing our image recognition technology we always try to test it in various environments. First there were book covers, posters and magazines. Then there were TV ads and multiple objects in one picture. And now it … Continue reading
We recently discovered a new way of using our image recognition technology that was brought to us by our new client – Brandbank. Using Recognize.im we can easily analyze large image databases and check the quality of stored images.
We are happy to announce that we have just released the beta version of shopping shelf recognition mode in our API at recognize.im. It will help merchandisers and FMCG companies to instantly gather information about products on the in-store shelves.
We would like to tell you more about our recent use case. One of our major clients just hit over 300 000 scans in a month and we want to share his story with you. This is a great example … Continue reading
Nowadays, one is not enough. The world wants more than one, so this is our motivation for work in order to meet the modern expectations. We have developed image recognition technology for one and more products to indicate a related … Continue reading
Google Glass is pretending to be as innovative device as smartphones and tablets. It is expected to replace the most crucial functions of mobiles and give users much more outstanding opportunities.
iTraff Technology participated in a #GlassHackathon organized, for the first time, in Warsaw, Poland on 6th July. Enthusiasts of new technologies and innovative gadgets made four-person teams. For twelve hours they have been creating applications for Google Glass based on … Continue reading
We are always interested in to see what’s going on around us. Recently we have prepared an extensive image recognition test and performed it on our API and two of our major competitors: IQEngines and Kooaba. The test set consisted … Continue reading
Recently, we have updated the limits in our API which we set for query images. We think we should describe these limits in more detail, to guarantee they are properly understood.