Thanks to an artificial intelligence engine, native mobile applications and Progressive Web Apps have an image recognition feature.
This recognition can apply to paintings or frescoes, as well as voluminous objects such as statues or architectural elements.
Thanks to recent evolutions in this technology, Wezit can integrate recognition of moving objects, or even plants or animals.
How does it work ?
Artificial intelligence is always based on reference elements that its algorithms use to come up with relevent results.
The more visual material available, the more accurate the result.
Public databases can be used: that’s how universal recognition of objects is available.
For your projects, we can create a database of hundreds of photos, sorted by object or by artwork.
A painting might need only three or four images, whereby a complex statue would require dozens, and even more to be able to recognise a species of tree for example.
We will assist you in building this database and often we use these reference databases in the public domain.
Algorithms are then set up for recognition, by correcting any errors, right from the beginning. Very quickly the system becomes accurate and can be used seamlessly.
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