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4 outils de recherche d’images similaires

4 outils de recherche d’images similaires
Que ce soit pour des mèmes (à tendance lol), des caricatures, des plagiats, ou tout simplement pour partager de belles photos, le web regorge d’images dupliquées. Voici 4 outils vous permettant, à partir d’une photo présente sur votre ordinateur, de rechercher sur le web des images similaires. Précisons que les 4 outils (plus deux bonus) passent par le téléchargement de photos depuis votre ordinateur (ou directement depuis un serveur via un lien hypertexte). Il ne s’agit pas d’outils allant chercher des images similaires dans une banque d’images, comme Xcavator, Pixolu ou Tiltomo (recherche sur Flickr), ou encore Chromatik pour la recherche d’image par tonalités de couleurs… Il existe de très nombreux outils de ce type, mais ce n’est donc pas le sujet ici. A noter qu’il s’agit de service en ligne, et non pas à installer sur votre ordinateur (il en existe quelques-uns). Quel intérêt ? Ces outils sont aussi pratiques pour découvrir la source originale de certaines photos très répandues.

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