Tag Archives: image recognition api
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
Recently Unilever has updated its Polish most popular mobile application Przepisy.pl and added an image recognition feature powered by the Recognize.im API.
We created a real-time scanner called Giraffe to show you just how fast our image recognition technology is. You can download the application from Apple Store and Google Play.
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.
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
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 … 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.
Even the most advanced cars require fuel to run. Better fuel means better performance; bad fuel will slow you down . . . if you’re lucky. If you’re not, it will damage the engine. Recognize.im is a F1 bolide, … Continue reading
The 2012 Crunchies is an event run by TechCrunch, GigaOM and Venture Beat. Some new and exciting categories were introduced this year. Who is going to win the prestigious awards?