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Method and System for a Comparative Image Object Display using Streaming Dimension Data

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000242093D
Publication Date: 2015-Jun-18
Document File: 2 page(s) / 57K

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Abstract

A method and system is disclosed for resizing one or more image objects in proportion to actual dimensions of the one or more image objects obtained from internet based data sources for providing a visual comparison of the one or more image objects.

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Method and System for a Comparative Image Object Display using Streaming Dimension Data

Disclosed is a method and system for resizing one or more image objects in proportion to actual dimensions of the one or more image objects obtained from internet based data sources for providing a visual comparison of the one or more image objects.

Figure 1 is a flowchart illustrating the steps in accordance with an embodiment of the method and system disclosed herein.

Figure 1

In accordance with Figure 1, the method and system allows a user to select the one or more image objects in different photographs on a display. The one or more image objects are extracted and then identified using parameters such as, but not limited to, location awareness information in metadata, image metadata, natural language processing and image analytics with object identification. Once the one or more image objects for comparison are identified, the dimensions of the one or more image objects are obtained via streaming data sources in real-time. The method and system, then, automatically resizes the photographs to maintain the comparative dimensional view of

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the selected one or more image objects.

Figure 2 illustrates resizing of the photographs to maintain the comparative view for the one or more image objects in accordance with the method and system disclosed herein.

Figure 2

In accordance with Figure 2, when a user has selected a set of image objects in multiple photographs, th...