This is a fully functional visual search application that uses the eVe 2.1 Visual Search toolkit. It searches from a database of over 1000 uncategorized images selected from a diverse set of sources. The demo is called "Advanced" because it offers a sophisticated interface that lets the user have refined control over how a visual search is performed.
This interface is for the advanced user who understands how object-based visual search works. Using this interface, you can achieve impressively accurate visual search results. It is highly recommended that you begin with the tutorial when the demo launches.
Note: This demo is just one possible example and one possible interface using eVe. Search Engines, Digital Asset Management systems, and software developers can use the eVe SDK to create their own custom implementations.
1. Type in a keyword. Type in a keyword and click the Search button.
2. Select a Query Image and View the Object Map. From the search results, find the image that most closely resembles what you are looking for. Click on the magnifying glass icon for that image to open the visual search popup window with the Object Map.
3. Search using selected objects and selected visual attributes. Examine the Query Image and its Object Map. For partial image search, select an object. Finally, select the relative importance to your search of Color, Shape, Texture, and/or Object (the 3D shading of an image). Click Search to find visually similar images.