People take tons of digital photos, especially over the holidays, but they don't have the time to do all the tagging and organizing needed to easily find their photos later
TEMPE, Ariz. (PRWEB) December 3, 2007
Most photo organization software requires that you manually browse through all your photos to find a specific one, or tag each photo with keywords--a real problem when there are too many photos and not enough time. Photology is different -- it automatically examines the photos on your computer and identifies a number of real-world features, such as faces, sky, color, location and time of day. You can use combinations of these features to quickly find a photo of interest.
For example, say that you have thousands of digital photos on your computer, and you want to find a shot of your child's first visit with Santa. Just click on Photology's "December" and "red" filters to show only the photos taken in December with the color red. If you need to narrow it down more, add the "plants" filter to find the photos with Christmas trees.
"People take tons of digital photos, especially over the holidays, but they don't have the time to do all the tagging and organizing needed to easily find their photos later," said Tim Lenz, Enoetic co-founder and Photology developer. "Photology solves the problem almost everyone with a digital camera has - how do you find a specific photo when there are thousands of them disorganized on your hard drive? This tool will change how people interact with their digital photos."
Photology is priced at $39 USD and is available exclusively at http://www.getphotology.com.
An electronic press kit is available at getphotology.com/press.html.
Enoetic, LLC was founded in 2006 by a team of five scientists and engineers. Their mission is to use their experience in software development using artificial intelligence and data processing to make everyday information meaningful and useful to the average consumer.
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