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Bob just bought a new home and is looking to fill it up with some fancy modern furniture. He’s flipping endlessly through furniture catalogs and visiting furniture showrooms, but hasn’t yet landed on something he likes. Then one day, he spots the sofa of his dreams - a unique L-shaped white contemporary sofa in an office reception. Good news - he knows what he wants. Bad news - he doesn’t know where to buy it from. The brand and model number are not written on the sofa. Asking the office manager doesn’t help either. So he takes a few photos from different angles to ask around in local furniture shops, but tough luck, no one knows this particular brand. And searching on the internet with keywords like “white L-shaped”, “modern sofa” gives him thousands of results, but not the one he’s looking for.
Alice hears Bob’s frustration and asks “Why don’t you try reverse image search?”. Bob uploads his images on Google and Bing’s Reverse Image Search and quickly spots a similar looking image on an online shopping website. Taking this more perfect image from the website, he does a few more reverse image searches and finds other websites offering the same sofa at cheaper prices. ...