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Location locking and concerns about tracking aren't stopping people finding their classical lookalikes. Google is finally offering people the chance to find out whether they look like a Rembrandt or a Van Gogh. Trying it out is almost as easy as downloading the app — but not for everyone. There are two big problems people point to: the app doesn't work in many countries, and people are worried that their face is being secretly transferred into a database. The first is genuine and can't be avoided, the second is probably less of a worry.
By Matt Reynolds. Taking a souvenir home from an art gallery no longer has to mean a trip to the gift shop. A new app lets people scan a work of art with their smartphone camera to find out more about it and save a digital copy. The app, called Smartify , uses image recognition to identify scanned artworks and provide people with additional information about them. Users can then add the works to their own digital collection. Smartify co-founder Thanos Kokkiniotis describes it as a combination of the music discovery service Spotify and music recognition app Shazam — but for visual works. Many museums and galleries have apps to tell visitors more about their collections, but Smartify will work across institutions.