Online Face Finders & reverse image searching Reverse image searching – People search by photographs Every few days I get a message from users all over the world, with more or less the same question: I have a photo of someone I am looking for, can you help me find this person on the Internet? (This is usually referred to “people search” with photograph images, or “reverse image searching“, or “similar image search“). Unfortunately, I can’t. I’d need to have access to all images of all people of this world to use face recognition on them. Some Intelligence Service might have such a database.
99 Excellent Examples of Forced Perspective Photography Forced perspective is a technique that employs optical illusion to make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. It is used primarily in photography, filmmaking and architecture. It manipulates human visual perception through the use of scaled objects and the correlation between them and the vantage point of the spectator or camera. There are many ways to attack photography and some are much more expensive than others. Here in this showcase, we presenting a Stunning collection of Forced Perspective Photography and Pictures taken by various artists in which all pictures are linked to the author’s pages.
Google Your Body: Body Browser : bioephemera Google Labs just released a new “experiment” – Body Browser. You have to upgrade to Google Chrome beta if you don’t already have it, but when you do, you can play with a 3-D, rotatable reconstruction of a (female) human body. Sliders let you fade the circulatory, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems in and out over the body organs; you can toggle labels on and off, and you can zoom, spin, and rotate in a way that would only be cooler if it were on a touchscreen iPad. (Yeah, that’s what I said, Google. Do it!) Check out this screenshot:
Google Reverse Image Search Congratulations! Google Reverse Image Search installed successfully. You can right now start using your new add-on. Google Reverse Image Search is a simple tool that lets you search the images reversely on Google Images and find the other copies of the very image you are looking for on the web. It comes very handy solution when you are looking for the other sizes of a specific image.
BEFORE THEY PASS AWAY Papua is where we started our two-month trip in Oceania. As a region it’s a lot easier to travel through than New Guinea, because it’s part of Indonesia and therefore a lot safer. In total, we went to three different areas and out of all three, Papua has to be one of the only parts of the world where there’s so much variety. It’s an ethnographic goldmine, and we have only scratched the surface. "Most of the other places we had knowledge of, but in this case we had zero.
Siprnet: where America stores its secret cables How did such an enormous electronic database come into existence and then apparently be so easily leaked? The answer lies in the tag "Sipdis" which appears on the string of address codes heading each cable. It stands for Siprnet Distribution. 5 Ways to Use Google Reverse Image Search November 30, 2014 Google reverse image search allows you to use your images to search for similar images in the web. This is a great way for students to search for information about images they have. They can also use it to identify and learn about objects they pictured in a field trip." To Hold A Moment: Alfred Stieglitz “There are many schools of painting. Why should there not be many schools of photographic art? There is hardly a right and a wrong in these matters, but there is truth, and that should form the basis of all works of art.” - Alfred Stieglitz When photography was first invented, it was not considered an art form. A camera was not just a new type of paintbrush, but rather a scientific instrument, a machine, merely to be used to show exact replications of what the human eye sees. It was not supposed to be used to create anything new or different, and certainly not to express oneself.
Top 7 Semantic Search Engines As An Alternative To Google There’s no denying the power and popularity of the Google search engine, and in comparison to other similar search engines such as Bing, where results are based on page rankings and algorithms, they excel. But there are other ways to search the web, using what are known as semantic search engines. Using a semantic search engine will ensure more relevant results based on the ability to understand the definition of the word or term that is being searched for, rather than on numbers. Semantic search engines are able to understand the context in which the words are being used, resulting in smart, relevant results. This is a list of the top 7 search engines to get you started in the world of semantic searching. Kngine
10 Useful Uses for Reverse Image Search You are not just limited with text queries for searching information on the internet. Thanks to Reverse image search, you can always search the internet through the help of images as queries. While reverse image search has been there for a while, not many of us know about this interesting method of searching information through images. The Google search engine is capable of processing both text and images as queries. When it comes to search engines, Google is the indisputable leader. Along with the normal text search feature, Google also allows you to search the internet via images.