Logo Detection API is a powerful tool that can help you detect logos in images effortlessly. It's easy to use, and it returns results quickly so you don't have to spend hours scrolling through images trying to find logos. The API uses advanced image processing algorithms to return information about the logo, such as its location and size.
It can be integrated with other technologies such as object detection, facial recognition and text recognition to provide a more detailed analysis of the image and can be used in various fields such as brand recognition, image search, surveillance, and advertisement.
The first step is to set Axios, a promise-based HTTP client for the browser and Node.js, that will allow you to call Eden AI API.
Next, you'll need to initialize the File System module in order to access local files on your computer.
Finally, you'll need to create your multipart/formdata parameters form:
You are now ready to process image into Eden AI Logo Detection API. You can access the list of languages supported in our documentation here.
To perform Logo Detection, you'll need to create an account on Eden AI for free. Then, you will be able to get your API key directly from the homepage with free credits offered by Eden AI.
For example, we called two different Logo Detection engines. Once the parameters values are passed, you can configure your request:
Then, you'll need to launch the request and print the result:
Here is an example of a Logo Detection API response:
Using Logo Detection with Eden AI API is quick and easy.
We offer a unified API for all providers: simple and standard to use, with a quick switch between providers and an access to the specific features of each provider.
The JSON output format is the same for all suppliers thanks to Eden AI's standardisation work. The response elements are also standardised thanks to Eden AI's powerful matching algorithms.
With Eden AI you have the possibility to integrate a third-party platform: we can quickly develop connectors. To go further and customize your Logo Detection request with specific parameters, check out our documentation.