Recently you must have seen the advertisement of Google lens on TV, in which foreign words are translated with the help of camera or an unknown object or place can be identified. But what to do when the need is on the computer. To avoid this problem, you can use the ‘reverse image search’ feature. With the help of this feature, you can also avoid copy right infringement. Let’s know about it.

Many times we use some photos while working on the computer. From sharing these photos on social media to posting on your blog or your own website. But sometimes before posting a photo, it is thought that when is this photo, or where is it, or is there any copyright on it. For all these questions you can use the reverse image search feature.

Easy to use reverse image search

Reverse image search is an important service of Google and can only be used on the Chrome browser. For this, first type the Google image search in the browser, then click on the camera option that appears on the right side in the search bar. After doing this, a new box will open at the bottom of the search bar box, in which you can paste the URL link of the photo. If it does not have a URL and the photo is on your computer, then upload that photo to Google’s server, for which the other option will have to be selected. After that Google will open a new webpage, in which the content in the photo will be given on the top, then after that where the photo has been used, the information of those stories will also come on the screen.

Google image reverse search

Reverse image search can also be found on mobile

Use of Google’s reverse image search feature is a bit difficult on the mobile version of Chrome, you can use the Google Lens app instead. If you do not want to use the Google Lens app, then open the Chrome browser in the phone. After this, click on the three dot option given on the right side upwards. After doing this, a new window will open, in which click on the desktop site. After this type Google image search in the browser, then click on the camera icon in the search bar and check the truth of your photo yourself. Apart from this, people who use iPhone and do not want to use Google Lens app, open the Safari browser in their phone. After this, click on the box below, on which the arrow mark is made. After this, a new box will open at the bottom, in which you have to click on the request desktop site. After that type Google image in the browser and use the reverse image search feature.

This is how Google lens works

Google Lens is available in English, France, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese and Spanish. Google Lens can translate into all languages ​​that Google Translator can support. To use it, first open the ‘Google Photo’ application on Android phone or tablet. After this, choose any photo and take the camera in front of it. After this, the information about the content in the photo will automatically appear on the phone screen after some time. The same user can also check the information of an object with the help of his camera, which may include building, animals or any other product. Even in online shopping clothes and household items can be searched with the help of camera. Take, for example, the Google lens camera on any item, after which the information on the site where the goods are available, will come on the screen.

Google also improving Google maps for more accuracy and vibrant view

Google Maps has been improving the navigation system throughout its history. Now Google has announced new changes on this platform, under which it will be able to identify a place better through colors. So far, Google Maps has been using the general color scheme for location and greenery, but now Google’s attempt to improve it further. It remains to be seen how much users like.

Google image reverse search

Under the new improvements in Google Maps, it will be easier to understand an area, whether you are planning to go there or are looking at it virtually. Google Maps has a 98 percent high definition picture of the entire world. The new color-mapping algorithm technology plans to transform a single region into a more comprehensive, vibrant map. This update will be released to the whole world this week.

Natural colors more preferred:

Google Maps has given information about this feature in its blog. Also released a comparative picture of old maps and new update maps. Natural colors have been preferred in the new update. Now the beach, desert, blue lake, river and ocean will all appear in different colors. The company claims that users will now be able to know from green color which condensation is green and which is light dense. Even the snow on the peak can be seen.

This is how Google Maps works:

Google uses computer vision to find the natural feature of a satellite image. Especially for snow, forest and hilly areas. They are analyzed and given a special color on the HSV color model, thereby identifying it.

Major navigation systems available in the world

GPS (US)

Operation of the Global Positioning System (GPS) was started in 1978 and was launched globally in 1994.

Glonass (Russia)

Operation of Beidu satellite navigation system started in 2000.

Beidu (China)

The Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) started operations in 1993.

Galileo (European Union)

The system of navigation of the European Union has started but it has not been able to serve the whole world till now.

Sailor (india)

Sailor is a regional navigation satellite-based indigenous system of eight satellites that act like the US GPS. This navigation system can be used in Realme and Xiaomi phones.