From Mixed Media Bag:
It’s 2011 and I don’t have a real robot or flying car nor have I been to outer space, but it’s still the little things that technology does to simplify random processes that wows me.
We are humbled!
- TinEye the movie quiz killer?
Vagebond from the Netherlands writes:
Because of all of the recent commotion about reverse image search tools like TinEye – but mainly just for the fun of it – I created a new type of quiz that is TinEye proof no doubt. It’s not harder or easier than our regular episodes of MovieQuiz, just ‘different’.
And what Vagebond means is that he prepared a special Movie Quiz, with published clues but no images!
I for one could not name a single one of the movies! Happy searching.
Good work Vagebond!
- Photography as theater
We love hearing from our TinEye fans because that’swhat keeps us going every day and that’s how we discover awesome photography. For example: the work of Roberto Kusterle. Here is Sophie’s story:
I had adored this following image for ages, and had no idea of the source.
All I knew, was that it was surreal photography and possibly one of my favorite images ever, but I did not know anything else about it…Until I searched for it in TinEye!
I then found a copy of this image with a name in foreign letters. I search this in google, and found a few stunningly beautiful images that lead me to find the artist’s name in a readable form to me: Roberto Kusterle. I found his site and am enamored with every photograph he has ever created.
Endless thanks to TinEye!
Thank you Sophie for sharing your story with us. We are now insane about Roberto Kusterle’s work! Have you seen his angel (I want wings, why can’t we all have wings?) and Il Bambino e il suo bosco?
- TinEye status
TinEye is down at the moment. We are looking into this and will update as soon as we have a handle on the situation. Stay tuned. Sorry about this outage.
We are back online. Happy searching.
- TinEye index
23 million images have been added to the TinEye index bringing our index to 1,823,535,745. Looks like a 2 billion image index is right around the corner for TinEye!
Happy searching fans!
Photograph (c) Thomas Hawk