Get useful results from your photos or videos, or make your own results. Use Nanolens to detect objects, recognize celebrities, extract/interact with text (of email screenshots), get restaurants nearby serving food found in a photo, and more!
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Helloooo Product Hunt! My name is Josh, a 21 year-old rising senior at Fordham University. Since entering college, I knew I wanted to make cool products — particularly apps that used computer vision technologies. Each year, I had the fortunate privilege to build something of this nature (previously I built Capsule: Now, I’m excited to share Nanolens, image-search powered by humans. Use Nanolens to detect celebrities, extract text from a photo, find nearby restaurants that serve a particular food found in a photo, and tons more. The best part about all of this is that you can make your own image-search results by creating a Nanopage. For a limited time only, use invite code PROCAT to sign up! I would love your feedback for this app so please don’t hesitate to email me at or with questions, concerns, or feature requests. Thanks, Josh
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It feels great to use image search in such a simple way
How Do u Make Awesome Screenshot...
@sagar_shende1 I used Sketch! Got some inspiration from other apps out there :)
Really great use of feature NLC! Love the UI too 🙌
Nice work @joshua_m_choi also a huge fan of camera + AI related things. I really like the idea but don't think i would use it. Strange to feel both emotions at the same time. So i am wring you a comment instead!
@sab8a Thanks for the feedback! What I learned so far is that you can't make something that's going to satisfy everyone. Nanolens is invite only is because we're trying to figure a few things out. But, if you do end up changing your mind and think you would use it, please shoot me an email