Google Goggles; A Visual Search Engine For Mobile Phones
When it comes to Google its all different, the search engine that revolutionised the internet concepts, Orkut-which taught us the basic lessons of social networking, Youtube- the world’s largest video collection, Google Maps-Your Navigation assistant…lot more. This time its Google Goggles,which lets you search Google using pictures from your camera phones. Pretty cool ah….yes it is!
Just imagine a situation like, you saw a book at a Bookstall and you would like to have a overview about that book and the Worldwide rating for that, or you saw an amazing logo which don’t have any writings about the company, or you saw a statue on the park and you would like to know about that, or you saw something amazing object in the hand’s of a movie actor and you would like to get information about that…excuse me!I know there is a lot to add but, i found it as little annoying to quote here. So, what i am telling is that, on all such situation what you have to do is just launch the Google Goggles app in your phone and focus your camera to that object (No matter whatever it is ) there you go. You will get all the info about that in your phone screen.
According to Google,
“We take an image as input, and using several image recognition backends (object recognition, place matching, OCR, etc), we return relevant search results.”
Its so simple to Google. Unfortunately, Google Goggles is currently available only for Android and iOS. I must say this is one of the best app you can have in your phone ‘cos i am so sure that almost everyone reading this should have come across situation like that. So no worries from now when you see an unknown object. Just search it using the Google Goggles and you will surely get to know what it is. So its time to wear your Google Goggles. Redefine your search with Google Goggles.
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