Polish leader in furniture export to European markets creates an application that uses Recognize.im

VOX – the leading Polish furniture manufacturer – has created an application “Meble VOX” which turns a traditional paper catalog into an interactive source of information. Take a photo of the catalog and learn more about the sought-after product.

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Why Recognize.im?

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 of hundreds of real-life pictures of books, CD’s, posters and other such products. We have gathered tons of statistics and were delighted to see just how great our technology performs in this context. This article presents extract from these results.

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How and why advertisers link the TV with the Internet?

We are sitting in front of TV and watching our favorite movie or a basketball game. For a minute our program is being interrupted by many different commercials. What do people do then?  Advertisements come up in unexpected moments so we are forced to watch them or we change the channel – but there’s a risk to encounter another one.

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5 Ideas for Innovative Mobile Marketing Campaigns

 

We all know for sure that the mobile market is really important for companies nowadays. It is not only a great place for promotion campaigns, it is now also a place where you can sell a huge number of products. To help you earn more, we want to drop some ideas on how you can use all the features that mobile apps provide, such as geolocation, image recognition and more. Continue reading ›

Multiple object recognition now available in our API

Some time ago, we wrote about multiple object recognition from one image. Now it is available in our API!  Continue reading ›

The second screen of a printed commercial

The modern world is full of printed commercials in various forms – city posters, leaflets, magazine advertisements. Although they are different, they all have a common attribute – they are static. The consumer can only watch them. Is it going to be this way forever? I hope not.

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Multum in parvo

In one of our previous posts we showed you that small size of objects isn’t a concern when it comes to our image recognition technology. Today we continue to provide you with examples of how tolerant our algorithm can be while still delivering extremely accurate results.

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New Calvin Harris App Partners with Recognize.im

Calvin Harris Mobile App

Calvin Harris, a young and talented singer-songwriter has just released a new mobile app which promotes his new album 18 Months. The new app uses photo recognition technology delivered by Recognize.im to create a closer experience between the artist and consumer.
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Multiple object recognition from one image? Piece of cake

Do you want to identify all of the products visible on a supermarket shelf? Or compare two books, perhaps? We are on the threshold of a great breakthrough. Take a look at the brilliant research carried out by our team, presented by its member Pawel Blazejowski. Continue reading ›

Video, fool

We all know that mobile Internet speed is rising at a dizzying pace, but how do we make use of it with our smartphones? Do we devour our transfer limit mainly on web searches via a browser? Wrong. Video content publishers – brace yourselves. Continue reading ›

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