Oct 5, 2010 ... After introducing its 'search the world with your camera' feature to Android phones nearly a year ago, Google has finally brought Google Goggles to the iPhone.
Sep 15, 2011 ... At first, there was just text-based googling. Google later on allowed voice-based googling. And then, Google also enabled visual searching through Google Goggles, which practically makes googling more convenient for information- hungry users. Just yesterday, Google announced “Search from Camera,” a ...
Dec 9, 2009 ... A Google programmer is working on a Chrome browser interface to let people submit images as search terms.
Dec 29, 2009 ... CNET's James Martin takes a walk through downtown San Francisco to test out Google's new visual search, currently running on Android devices.
Jul 3, 2017 ... You know how you can pull a cup underwater, open end down, and it stays filled with air. That's kind of how this trick from youtuber MicBergsma works. Just use your hands to make cups around your eyes and slowly lower your face in. Now you've got yourself a pair of free “air goggles.” Take a look around ...
May 17, 2017 ... Of course, Google has been building up the tech behind Lens for years. Google Goggles is a visual search app that launched in 2010, and Lens is basically a grown-up version of this program. Lens is due to launch later this year. For all the latest news and updates from Google I/O 2017, follow along here.
Aug 23, 2010 ... Google Goggles is one of the more interesting experiments being done in visual search. If you have an Android phone, you can already use the Google Goggles visual search app to take a picture of something and then submit it to Google as a search query. Google will take perhaps 6.5 seconds to send ...
Dec 7, 2009 ... Google Goggles brings visual search to your cell phone: Simply point and click your camera, and the app delivers detailed information about what you're seeing.
Dec 8, 2009 ... Google is testing a new mobile service that enables users to perform searches using the cameras on Android smartphones. By Mercedes Bunz.