A painting identifier to identify copyrighted images and paintings?

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Is there a painting identifier that I identify copyrighted images and painting photos that are uploaded on the internet. I need to verify some pictures.

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A painting identifier to identify copyrighted images and paintings?

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Hi Dennis, 

You can see your photos, paintings or images and see where it come from. There is a search engine on the web for image identification technology. It find exact matches, that includes edited pictures, cropped or resized. it will research and track the image or appearance online, and discover web pages and it can discover modified version of that image. For more info about this go to this link

This is called reverse image search. You will find it amusing and interesting as it crawls the web. When you submit image to be search Tineye creates a fingerprint or digital signature for it. One thing very nice of this because it will NOT find similar images, it will find EXACT image.

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A painting identifier to identify copyrighted images and paintings?

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There is a website called Artfinder created so that there is a home for fine art online. Artfinder is also an iOS application for iPhone and it launched the art recognition technology for Smartphones. The Artfinder app was released in association with the Dulwich Picture Gallery. The app is already available in the Apple App Store and will allow the users to take any painting’s picture in an exhibit and get more information about it.

Visit Artfinder and then create an account to access the site and its services. If you want to have it on your Smartphone, visit Artfinder 5.6 By Art Discovery Limited. It supports iOS 6.0 and higher and works with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It is optimized for iPhone 5. Version 5.6 added support for iOS 7.

Users who visit the Dulwich Picture Gallery can download the application for £1.99 and then they can take a picture of any paintings in the Twombly and Poussin exhibition. After taking the picture the app will scan the photo, taking a digital fingerprint then recognize it and then draw together information on that specific artwork and then send it to your device.

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