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- Thinglink.org is an open database where makers can register their work for free and create labels for their products. Here are pictures of objects registered with thinglink and thingtagged on Flickr.
- Powerful visual search engine. Quickly find similar photos. It understands shapes, colors, layouts and a variety of other factors. Results can be narrowed by keyword.
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