Google Search By Image
October 18, 2011 by staff
Google Search By Image, What if you are in a foreign country where they speak the language and can not read the menu for the lunch order? Or while driving on the road, you lose your way and can not understand the signs? Many tourists and business travelers are baffled in similar situations all the time.
But Peter Linseley, product manager of Google Image Search, Google says it could come to the rescue again. Instead of typing text, simply take a picture from your mobile phone, do a search by image content – the menu or traffic signs or any text that is in it – will be translated for you.
When you click a photo from your mobile phone can be rescued – and also, quite often – that changes in behavior very similar to the search for text mode has changed our lives. And as increasingly replacing the traditional method with images, 3-D images and video in real time in the coming years, it is difficult to think that the field of image processing humble alchemise not his Midas touch. In short, the image processing is a technicalanlysis of the complexities of the image, the implementation of algorithms. The field takes its power from the many recent advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning, among others. “With the image processing today, we go beyond the two dimensions and goes deeper to see what is really in the picture. Is the real vision of the computer,” says Linsely.
At the University of Southern California (USC), image processing allow Professor Gerard Medioni and his students to develop the miracles that can allow the blind to “see”. The visually impaired person wears a vest and a pair of dark glasses. As the person moves, the system creates a 3-D map of the environment while cameras with dark glasses out for obstacles. Micromotor vest sensors – similar to those that vibrate in mobile phones – indicate accordingly. If the person has to go a step further to the right, for example, sensors in the right hip vibrates.
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