Server and library for adding content-based (visual) image searching to any image related website or software.
isk-daemon is an open source database server capable of adding content-based (visual) image searching to any image related website or software.
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This technology allows users of any image-related website or software to sketch on a widget which image they want to find and have the website reply to them the most similar images or simply request for more similar photos at each image detail page.
- Query for images similar to one already indexed by the database, returning a similarity degree for the images on database that most resemble the target query image;
- Query for images similar to one described by its signature. A client-side widget may generate such signature from what a user sketched and submit it to the daemon;
- Network interface for easy integration with other web or desktop applications: XML-RPC, SOAP;
- Fast indexing of images one-by-one or in batch;
- Associate keywords to images and perform image-similarity queries filtering by keywords;
- Quickly remove images from database one-by-one or in batch;
- Built-in web-based admin interface with statistics and ad-hoc maintenance commands/API testing;
- Optimized image processing code (implemented in C++).
Installation, usage instructions and more details are available online at http://www.imgseek.net/isk-daemon/documents-1/install-and-usage
Latest source code
See github: https://github.com/ricardocabral/iskdaemon/
imgSeek and isk-daemon portions copyright Ricardo Niederberger Cabral (ricardo.cabral at imgseek.net).
Image loading code is credited to “ImageMagick Studio LLC” and library linkage adheres to statements on ImageMagick-License.txt
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Help on improving this software is needed, feel free to submit patches.
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