This section covers case studies and the real-world potential of image recognition technology.
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The app built by the global company Unilever promotes its food brand Knorr by using functionality of photo recognition.
Live Green is an application, which uses image recognition technology to promote ecology and encourage people to take care of the environment.
Take a photo of a wine bottle, the application will tell you more about this particular wine and allow you to instantly buy a bottle.
Fun App is a second screen application, which uses image recognition technology in marketing campaigns for tv channells.
Edipresse, a global publisher, celebrating the 6th anniversary, created interactive magazines, where readers can get more content with image recognition technology.
The Meble VOX catalogue is available on your smartphone. This is the mobile version of the catalogue belonging to one of the most innovative companies within the furniture sector in Poland.
Migam.pl uses image recognition technology to help people who have severe hearing problems communicate.
An application based on the idea of Art4Europe, using Wikipedia records. Created for the DevCup competition, hosted by Evernote.
Barclay exemplifies how marketing agencies, mobile brands, or interactive advertisers can include utilize image recognition in their mobile apps.
The innovative application that is still under development. It will allow to check in on the items.
An application that identifies paintings. Winner of the Hack4Europe, the competition hosted with association of the European Commission.
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