Do you have an image of an object you cannot identify? You could ask others to look at the picture and try identifying the object; but they might also not know. MacroGlossa is a web service that has come up with a brilliant solution to this problem.
MacroGlossa is an image comparison website. The idea behind it is to help people identify the objects in their pictures. Whether you have a picture of an animal, a painting, a landscape, or some other thing, you can pass it through MacroGlossa’s interface.
The site then tries matching your specified image with many available on the web. The search might take a while; it is advisable to narrow it down using the categories listed on the site: animals, biological, panoramic, and artistic. The search results are then displayed below your specified image.
You can click on a search result thumbnail to enlarge the image and then optionally view it in its true resolution.
The service is still in alpha so do not expect supremely accurate results. Still however, the site is a great source for finding similar images even if at times it cannot accurately help identify the object in a picture.
- Helps identify what object a picture contains.
- Helps look for pictures similar to a given picture.
- Advanced searching lets you specify the object category: animals, biological, panoramic, and artistic.
- EXIF tags extractor (on result images).
- Similar tools: Similar–Images, Pixolu and GazoPa.
- Also read related article: 3 Smart Visual Search Engines To Find The Images You Want.
Check out MacroGlossa @ www.macroglossa.com