25 Jun '15, 6pm

[email protected] app lets smartphone users identify flora with click of the camera

developed by a French company named Irina has been in development for several years. Not only are users able to conduct image searches for unidentified flora, they’re also asked to contribute photos and plant information to the database, and vote on the quality of photos and information uploaded by others so as to keep the app useful and reliable.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/plntnet-app-lets-smartphone-users-id...

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