Google Goggles


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Google Goggles

(1) See Google Glass and Google Cardboard.

(2) A visual search application for Androids and iPhones from Google that identifies objects by taking their pictures. Artwork and books are matched by their images, while stores, buildings and landmarks are identified by their image combined with the GPS and compass coordinates captured by the phone. See QR code.
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I had tried Google Goggles and I immediately thought that any other app trying to do the same thing would yield the same results.
With increasing awareness of Google Goggles, even brands and retailers that never thought they had to compete on price are now finding themselves comparison-shopped, said Nikki Baird, managing partner at Retail Systems Research (RSR) analyst firm.
Today so-called augmented reality is already widely available on both iPhones and Android phones through software applications like Google Goggles.
A newly updated mobile phone application, called Google Goggles, uses a phone's camera to capture a picture of any Sudoku puzzle and then sends it back to Google.
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Since its release, a number of reporters drew the comparison between CamFind and its competitor, Google Goggles.
Word Lens bears some similarities to Google's own application called Google Goggles, which lets users take a picture of a phrase and then search the web using that word.
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Google, Android, Android Market, Google Voice, Google Goggles, Google Search, Gmail, Google Maps, YouTube, Google Talk, and Google Earth are trademarks of Google Inc.
CamFind has three main competitors in the visual search space: Google Goggles, Amazon A9, and IQ Engines' oMoby.
Google Goggles, a free augmented reality application for Google Android mobile phones, allows people to search for information on anything simply by taking a photo of that object.
Google has beefed up its search capabilities by releasing real-time search and announcing a new product in Google Labs, called Google Goggles, which is a visual search feature.