Avanca is a mobile accessories designer and has been recognized on several occasions for its lifestyle designs. Avanca has been working with their sister firm; Ockel which is a manufacturer of pocket PC. Recently Avanca worked with Newswatch to assist Ockel market their product; Pocket PC during a Crowdfunding event. It was not the first time that Ockel was using the media company during the Indiegogo campaign. The company has been experiencing their expansion for using Newswatch TV for marketing. The first time, Ockel recorded a rise of about 2939%, and they were happy for Newswatch. Newswatch was responsible for all the video production as well as the logistics of the campaign. The media group has also been responsible for traveling to and from Germany for the IFA International conference, BROLL filming as well as post-production editing.
Newswatch is an organization that has been handling as well as responsible for several activities among them; entertainment news, health, travels as well as technology. Newswatch TV has been airing their shows as well as programs on a weekly basis on ION Network and AMC Network where they have their bi-monthly shows. Newswatch TV Review shows are hosted by Andrew Tropeano, and their reports are given by Susan Bridges, Amanda Forstrom, and Erick Forrest.
NewsWatch TV has been in existence for an extended period and has been airing their programs and shows since 1990. Recently the group celebrated their 1000th episode. Newswatch has been broadcasting more than 10000 stories on ION as well as AMC. The media house has been airing a broad range of stories from all sectors including; medical stories, breakthrough, automotive, entertainments, the introduction of new products, legal issues, celebrities, public policy issues, and other topics that affect the society. Newswatch is one of the favorite television stations for stars in the United States. It has been in existence for more than 25 years reaching over 700million people.
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For years, humans have been gathering knowledge; sorting and storing for later use. Libraries full of books, documentaries of scientific breakthroughs, and now, the internet. You can literally search for, and find, anything you can think of thanks to the World Wide Web. You can share anything for millions of others to view at their own leisure, and can discover many works of art, jobs, friends, and many desirable items to buy.
However, as our technology advances, things do get muddled. We see things, we have images of what we like, and we just can’t find them no matter what we type into the search bar. All we end up with is results pertaining to everything BUT what we are looking for. This can become especially frustrating for those looking for the perfect prom dress that they saw on social media, or for a cute top their friend has but can’t remember the brand name. If only humans could take images from their minds and input them into the search bar! Sadly, while we can’t do that, there is technology that allows us to do something very strongly similar.
Image recognition technology has been developing over the past few years. Some may think of it as what is used by authorities to help identify criminals by their facial structure, but there is much more that can be done with this technology. Image recognition is now also being used by businesses to help their consumers find information on various products, stores, and brands. Anything can be found, even if the picture is fresh from your own camera.
One such company, Slyce, specializes in visual search. They partner with various companies, working to help consumers find products easier with the simple technology of their camera and the power of the internet. Users can take a picture of a product found out and about, and the app will find the product’s information, including an option to buy said product from it’s respective company. Slyce will even identify everything from bar codes to coupons, as well as pictures taken from the world around the user. Slyce utilizes the technology that many recognition software’s use, and compiles it all into a massively helpful package for use world wide.