kooaba

  • Kooaba's Reality Augmented With $3 Million Funding

    A Swiss startup offering mobile visual search and augmented reality technology, kooaba, landed 3 million in Swiss franks (or about $3 million) venture funding from undisclosed Swiss investors the company’s co-founder and chief executive Herbert Bay reported this morning. Kooaba was spun out of the Computer Vision Lab at a top science and technology university in Switzerland, ETH… Read More

  • Junaio Augmented Reality browser comes to Android.

    Augmented Reality is a technology I follow regularly as I think it is a potential mobile industry game changer. Lately, a company called Metaio has come to my attention. They are making great strides bringing AR out of its technological infancy with a series of software developments. The first development to note is that starting today (June 1), Junaio - Metaio’s free Augmented… Read More

  • Image recognition startup Kooaba unveils API

    Image recognition technology startup Kooaba yesterday released an API that definitely deserves some developer attention. The Swiss company aims to unlock its library of over 10 million images, ranging from album covers to books and movie posters, and provide access to all that precious data via the cloud. Read More

  • Kooaba Debuts Image Recognition API

    Image recognition technology startup Kooaba yesterday released an API that definitely deserves some developer attention. The Swiss company aims to unlock its library of over 10 million images, ranging from album covers to books and movie posters, and provide access to all that precious data via the cloud. Read More

  • Kooaba gives your mobile phone object identification

    Kooaba (pronounced exactly how it sounds- I think), works like a search engine to provide your mobile phone digital information using image/object recognition. Confused? Don’t be. The process is simple: You take a picture using your cell phone’s camera. You upload the picture to Kooaba via MMS, Email or provided client-side application. Kooaba then recognizes the picture and sends… Read More