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package vision

import "cloud.google.com/go/vision"

NOTE: This package is deprecated. Use cloud.google.com/go/vision/apiv1 instead.

Package vision provides a client for the Google Cloud Vision API.

Google Cloud Vision allows easy integration of vision detection features into developer applications, including image labeling, face and landmark detection, optical character recognition (OCR), and tagging of explicit content. For more information about Cloud Vision, read the Google Cloud Vision API Documentation at https://cloud.google.com/vision/docs.

Note: This package is in beta. Some backwards-incompatible changes may occur.

Creating Images

The Cloud Vision API supports a variety of image file formats, including JPEG, PNG8, PNG24, Animated GIF (first frame only), and RAW. See https://cloud.google.com/vision/docs/image-best-practices#image_types for the complete list of formats. Be aware that Cloud Vision sets upper limits on file size as well as on the total combined size of all images in a request. Reducing your file size can significantly improve throughput; however, be careful not to reduce image quality in the process. See https://cloud.google.com/vision/docs/image-best-practices#image_sizing for current file size limits.

Creating an Image instance does not perform an API request.

Use NewImageFromReader to obtain an image from any io.Reader, such as an open file:

f, err := os.Open("path/to/image.jpg")
if err != nil { ... }
defer f.Close()
img, err := vision.NewImageFromReader(f)
if err != nil { ... }

Use NewImageFromURI to refer to an image in Google Cloud Storage or a public URL:

img := vision.NewImageFromURI("gs://my-bucket/my-image.png")

Annotating Images

Client.Annotate is the most general method in the package. It can run multiple detections on multiple images with a single API call.

To describe the detections you want to perform on an image, create an AnnotateRequest and specify the maximum number of results to return for each detection of interest. The exceptions are safe search and image properties, where a boolean is used instead.

resultSlice, err := client.Annotate(ctx, &vision.AnnotateRequest{
    Image:      img,
    MaxLogos:   5,
    MaxTexts:   100,
    SafeSearch: true,
})
if err != nil { ... }

You can pass as many AnnotateRequests as desired to client.Annotate. The return value is a slice of an Annotations. Each Annotations value may contain an Error along with one or more successful results. The failed detections will have a nil annotation.

result := resultSlice[0]
if result.Error != nil { ... } // some detections failed
for _, logo := range result.Logos { ... }
for _, text := range result.Texts { ... }
if result.SafeSearch != nil { ... }

Other methods on Client run a single detection on a single image. For instance, Client.DetectFaces will run face detection on the provided Image. These methods return a single annotation of the appropriate type (for example, DetectFaces returns a FaceAnnotation). The error return value incorporates both API call errors and the detection errors stored in Annotations.Error, simplifying your logic.

faces, err := client.DetectFaces(ctx, 10) // maximum of 10 faces
if err != nil { ... }

Here faces is a slice of FaceAnnotations. The Face field of each FaceAnnotation provides easy access to the positions of facial features:

fmt.Println(faces[0].Face.Nose.Tip)
fmt.Println(faces[0].Face.Eyes.Left.Pupil)

Authentication

See examples of authorization and authentication at https://godoc.org/cloud.google.com/go#pkg-examples.

Index

Examples

Package Files

annotations.go doc.go face.go geometry.go image.go latlng.go vision.go

Constants

const (
    // Unknown break label type.
    UnknownBreak = DetectedBreakType(pb.TextAnnotation_DetectedBreak_UNKNOWN)
    // Regular space.
    SpaceBreak = DetectedBreakType(pb.TextAnnotation_DetectedBreak_SPACE)
    // Sure space (very wide).
    SureSpaceBreak = DetectedBreakType(pb.TextAnnotation_DetectedBreak_SURE_SPACE)
    // Line-wrapping break.
    EOLSureSpaceBreak = DetectedBreakType(pb.TextAnnotation_DetectedBreak_EOL_SURE_SPACE)
    // End-line hyphen that is not present in text; does not co-occur with SPACE, LEADER_SPACE, or LINE_BREAK.
    HyphenBreak = DetectedBreakType(pb.TextAnnotation_DetectedBreak_HYPHEN)
    // Line break that ends a paragraph.
    LineBreak = DetectedBreakType(pb.TextAnnotation_DetectedBreak_LINE_BREAK)
)
const (
    // LikelihoodUnknown means the likelihood is unknown.
    LikelihoodUnknown = Likelihood(pb.Likelihood_UNKNOWN)

    // VeryUnlikely means the image is very unlikely to belong to the feature specified.
    VeryUnlikely = Likelihood(pb.Likelihood_VERY_UNLIKELY)

    // Unlikely means the image is unlikely to belong to the feature specified.
    Unlikely = Likelihood(pb.Likelihood_UNLIKELY)

    // Possible means the image possibly belongs to the feature specified.
    Possible = Likelihood(pb.Likelihood_POSSIBLE)

    // Likely means the image is likely to belong to the feature specified.
    Likely = Likelihood(pb.Likelihood_LIKELY)

    // VeryLikely means the image is very likely to belong to the feature specified.
    VeryLikely = Likelihood(pb.Likelihood_VERY_LIKELY)
)
const Scope = "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform"

Scope is the OAuth2 scope required by the Google Cloud Vision API.

type AnnotateRequest Uses

type AnnotateRequest struct {
    // Image is the image to annotate.
    Image *Image
    // MaxFaces is the maximum number of faces to detect in the image.
    // Specifying a number greater than zero enables face detection.
    MaxFaces int
    // MaxLandmarks is the maximum number of landmarks to detect in the image.
    // Specifying a number greater than zero enables landmark detection.
    MaxLandmarks int
    // MaxLogos is the maximum number of logos to detect in the image.
    // Specifying a number greater than zero enables logo detection.
    MaxLogos int
    // MaxLabels is the maximum number of labels to detect in the image.
    // Specifying a number greater than zero enables labels detection.
    MaxLabels int
    // MaxTexts is the maximum number of separate pieces of text to detect in the
    // image. Specifying a number greater than zero enables text detection.
    MaxTexts int
    // DocumentText specifies whether a dense text document OCR should be run
    // on the image. When true, takes precedence over MaxTexts.
    DocumentText bool
    // SafeSearch specifies whether a safe-search detection should be run on the image.
    SafeSearch bool
    // ImageProps specifies whether image properties should be obtained for the image.
    ImageProps bool
    // Web specifies whether web annotations should be obtained for the image.
    Web bool
    // CropHints specifies whether crop hints should be computed for the image.
    CropHints *CropHintsParams
}

An AnnotateRequest specifies an image to annotate and the features to look for in that image.

type Annotations Uses

type Annotations struct {
    // Faces holds the results of face detection.
    Faces []*FaceAnnotation
    // Landmarks holds the results of landmark detection.
    Landmarks []*EntityAnnotation
    // Logos holds the results of logo detection.
    Logos []*EntityAnnotation
    // Labels holds the results of label detection.
    Labels []*EntityAnnotation
    // Texts holds the results of text detection.
    Texts []*EntityAnnotation
    // FullText holds the results of full text (OCR) detection.
    FullText *TextAnnotation
    // SafeSearch holds the results of safe-search detection.
    SafeSearch *SafeSearchAnnotation
    // ImageProps contains properties of the annotated image.
    ImageProps *ImageProps
    // Web contains web annotations for the image.
    Web *WebDetection
    // CropHints contains crop hints for the image.
    CropHints []*CropHint

    // If non-nil, then one or more of the attempted annotations failed.
    // Non-nil annotations are guaranteed to be correct, even if Error is
    // non-nil.
    Error error
}

Annotations contains all the annotations performed by the API on a single image. A nil field indicates either that the corresponding feature was not requested, or that annotation failed for that feature.

type Block Uses

type Block struct {
    // Additional information detected for the block.
    Properties *TextProperties
    // The bounding box for the block.
    // The vertices are in the order of top-left, top-right, bottom-right,
    // bottom-left. When a rotation of the bounding box is detected the rotation
    // is represented as around the top-left corner as defined when the text is
    // read in the 'natural' orientation.
    // For example:
    //   * when the text is horizontal it might look like:
    //      0----1
    //      |    |
    //      3----2
    //   * when it's rotated 180 degrees around the top-left corner it becomes:
    //      2----3
    //      |    |
    //      1----0
    //   and the vertice order will still be (0, 1, 2, 3).
    BoundingBox []image.Point
    // List of paragraphs in this block (if this blocks is of type text).
    Paragraphs []*Paragraph
    // Detected block type (text, image etc) for this block.
    BlockType BlockType
}

A Block is a logical element on the page.

type BlockType Uses

type BlockType int

A BlockType represents the kind of Block (text, image, etc.)

const (
    // Unknown block type.
    UnknownBlock BlockType = BlockType(pb.Block_UNKNOWN)
    // Regular text block.
    TextBlock BlockType = BlockType(pb.Block_TEXT)
    // Table block.
    TableBlock BlockType = BlockType(pb.Block_TABLE)
    // Image block.
    PictureBlock BlockType = BlockType(pb.Block_PICTURE)
    // Horizontal/vertical line box.
    RulerBlock BlockType = BlockType(pb.Block_RULER)
    // Barcode block.
    BarcodeBlock BlockType = BlockType(pb.Block_BARCODE)
)

type Chin Uses

type Chin struct {
    Left, Center, Right *r3.Vector
}

type Client Uses

type Client struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Client is a Google Cloud Vision API client.

func NewClient Uses

func NewClient(ctx context.Context, opts ...option.ClientOption) (*Client, error)

NewClient creates a new vision client.

Deprecated: Use NewImageAnnotatorClient from cloud.google.com/go/vision/apiv1 instead.

Code:

ctx := context.Background()
client, err := vision.NewClient(ctx)
if err != nil {
    // TODO: handle error.
}
// Use the client.

// Close the client when finished.
if err := client.Close(); err != nil {
    // TODO: handle error.
}

func (*Client) Annotate Uses

func (c *Client) Annotate(ctx context.Context, requests ...*AnnotateRequest) ([]*Annotations, error)

Annotate annotates multiple images, each with a potentially different set of features.

Code:

ctx := context.Background()
client, err := vision.NewClient(ctx)
if err != nil {
    // TODO: handle error.
}
annsSlice, err := client.Annotate(ctx, &vision.AnnotateRequest{
    Image:      vision.NewImageFromURI("gs://my-bucket/my-image.png"),
    MaxLogos:   100,
    MaxTexts:   100,
    SafeSearch: true,
})
if err != nil {
    // TODO: handle error.
}
anns := annsSlice[0]
if anns.Logos != nil {
    fmt.Println(anns.Logos)
}
if anns.Texts != nil {
    fmt.Println(anns.Texts)
}
if anns.SafeSearch != nil {
    fmt.Println(anns.SafeSearch)
}
if anns.Error != nil {
    fmt.Printf("at least one of the features failed: %v", anns.Error)
}

func (*Client) Close Uses

func (c *Client) Close() error

Close closes the client.

func (*Client) CropHints Uses

func (c *Client) CropHints(ctx context.Context, img *Image, params *CropHintsParams) ([]*CropHint, error)

CropHints computes crop hints for the image.

func (*Client) DetectDocumentText Uses

func (c *Client) DetectDocumentText(ctx context.Context, img *Image) (*TextAnnotation, error)

DetectDocumentText performs full text (OCR) detection on the image.

func (*Client) DetectFaces Uses

func (c *Client) DetectFaces(ctx context.Context, img *Image, maxResults int) ([]*FaceAnnotation, error)

DetectFaces performs face detection on the image. At most maxResults results are returned.

Code:

ctx := context.Background()
client, err := vision.NewClient(ctx)
if err != nil {
    // TODO: handle error.
}
img := vision.NewImageFromURI("gs://my-bucket/my-image.png")
faces, err := client.DetectFaces(ctx, img, 10)
if err != nil {
    // TODO: handle error.
}
fmt.Println(faces[0].Face.Nose.Tip)
fmt.Println(faces[0].Face.Eyes.Left.Pupil)

func (*Client) DetectImageProps Uses

func (c *Client) DetectImageProps(ctx context.Context, img *Image) (*ImageProps, error)

DetectImageProps computes properties of the image.

func (*Client) DetectLabels Uses

func (c *Client) DetectLabels(ctx context.Context, img *Image, maxResults int) ([]*EntityAnnotation, error)

DetectLabels performs label detection on the image. At most maxResults results are returned.

func (*Client) DetectLandmarks Uses

func (c *Client) DetectLandmarks(ctx context.Context, img *Image, maxResults int) ([]*EntityAnnotation, error)

DetectLandmarks performs landmark detection on the image. At most maxResults results are returned.

func (*Client) DetectLogos Uses

func (c *Client) DetectLogos(ctx context.Context, img *Image, maxResults int) ([]*EntityAnnotation, error)

DetectLogos performs logo detection on the image. At most maxResults results are returned.

func (*Client) DetectSafeSearch Uses

func (c *Client) DetectSafeSearch(ctx context.Context, img *Image) (*SafeSearchAnnotation, error)

DetectSafeSearch performs safe-search detection on the image.

func (*Client) DetectTexts Uses

func (c *Client) DetectTexts(ctx context.Context, img *Image, maxResults int) ([]*EntityAnnotation, error)

DetectTexts performs text detection on the image. At most maxResults results are returned.

func (*Client) DetectWeb Uses

func (c *Client) DetectWeb(ctx context.Context, img *Image) (*WebDetection, error)

DetectWeb computes a web annotation on the image.

type ColorInfo Uses

type ColorInfo struct {
    // RGB components of the color.
    Color color.NRGBA64

    // Score is the image-specific score for this color, in the range [0, 1].
    Score float32

    // PixelFraction is the fraction of pixels the color occupies in the image,
    // in the range [0, 1].
    PixelFraction float32
}

ColorInfo consists of RGB channels, score and fraction of image the color occupies in the image.

type CropHint Uses

type CropHint struct {
    // The bounding polygon for the crop region. The coordinates of the bounding
    // box are in the original image's scale, as returned in `ImageParams`.
    BoundingPoly []image.Point
    // Confidence of this being a salient region.  Range [0, 1].
    Confidence float32
    // Fraction of importance of this salient region with respect to the original
    // image.
    ImportanceFraction float32
}

CropHint is a single crop hint that is used to generate a new crop when serving an image.

type CropHintsParams Uses

type CropHintsParams struct {
    // Aspect ratios for desired crop hints, representing the ratio of the
    // width to the height of the image. For example, if the desired aspect
    // ratio is 4:3, the corresponding float value should be 1.33333. If not
    // specified, the best possible crop is returned. The number of provided
    // aspect ratios is limited to a maximum of 16; any aspect ratios provided
    // after the 16th are ignored.
    AspectRatios []float32
}

CropHintsParams are parameters for a request for crop hints.

type DetectedBreak Uses

type DetectedBreak struct {
    // The type of break.
    Type DetectedBreakType
    // True if break prepends the element.
    IsPrefix bool
}

DetectedBreak is the detected start or end of a structural component.

type DetectedBreakType Uses

type DetectedBreakType int

type DetectedLanguage Uses

type DetectedLanguage struct {
    // The BCP-47 language code, such as "en-US" or "sr-Latn".
    Code language.Tag
    // The confidence of the detected language, in the range [0, 1].
    Confidence float32
}

Detected language for a structural component.

type Ears Uses

type Ears struct {
    Left, Right *r3.Vector
}

type EntityAnnotation Uses

type EntityAnnotation struct {
    // ID is an opaque entity ID. Some IDs might be available in Knowledge Graph(KG).
    // For more details on KG please see:
    // https://developers.google.com/knowledge-graph/
    ID  string

    // Locale is the language code for the locale in which the entity textual
    // description (next field) is expressed.
    Locale string

    // Description is the entity textual description, expressed in the language of Locale.
    Description string

    // Score is the overall score of the result. Range [0, 1].
    Score float32

    // Confidence is the accuracy of the entity detection in an image.
    // For example, for an image containing the Eiffel Tower, this field represents
    // the confidence that there is a tower in the query image. Range [0, 1].
    Confidence float32

    // Topicality is the relevancy of the ICA (Image Content Annotation) label to the
    // image. For example, the relevancy of 'tower' to an image containing
    // 'Eiffel Tower' is likely higher than an image containing a distant towering
    // building, though the confidence that there is a tower may be the same.
    // Range [0, 1].
    Topicality float32

    // BoundingPoly is the image region to which this entity belongs. Not filled currently
    // for label detection. For text detection, BoundingPolys
    // are produced for the entire text detected in an image region, followed by
    // BoundingPolys for each word within the detected text.
    BoundingPoly []image.Point

    // Locations contains the location information for the detected entity.
    // Multiple LatLng structs can be present since one location may indicate the
    // location of the scene in the query image, and another the location of the
    // place where the query image was taken. Location information is usually
    // present for landmarks.
    Locations []LatLng

    // Properties are additional optional Property fields.
    // For example a different kind of score or string that qualifies the entity.
    Properties []Property
}

An EntityAnnotation describes the results of a landmark, label, logo or text detection on an image.

type Eye Uses

type Eye struct {
    Left, Right, Top, Bottom, Center, Pupil *r3.Vector
}

type Eyebrow Uses

type Eyebrow struct {
    Top, Left, Right *r3.Vector
}

type Eyebrows Uses

type Eyebrows struct {
    Left, Right Eyebrow
}

type Eyes Uses

type Eyes struct {
    Left, Right Eye
}

type FaceAnnotation Uses

type FaceAnnotation struct {
    // BoundingPoly is the bounding polygon around the face. The coordinates of
    // the bounding box are in the original image's scale, as returned in
    // ImageParams. The bounding box is computed to "frame" the face in
    // accordance with human expectations. It is based on the landmarker
    // results. Note that one or more x and/or y coordinates may not be
    // generated in the BoundingPoly (the polygon will be unbounded) if only a
    // partial face appears in the image to be annotated.
    BoundingPoly []image.Point

    // FDBoundingPoly is tighter than BoundingPoly, and
    // encloses only the skin part of the face. Typically, it is used to
    // eliminate the face from any image analysis that detects the "amount of
    // skin" visible in an image. It is not based on the landmarker results, only
    // on the initial face detection, hence the fd (face detection) prefix.
    FDBoundingPoly []image.Point

    // Landmarks are detected face landmarks.
    Face FaceLandmarks

    // RollAngle indicates the amount of clockwise/anti-clockwise rotation of
    // the face relative to the image vertical, about the axis perpendicular to
    // the face. Range [-180,180].
    RollAngle float32

    // PanAngle is the yaw angle: the leftward/rightward angle that the face is
    // pointing, relative to the vertical plane perpendicular to the image. Range
    // [-180,180].
    PanAngle float32

    // TiltAngle is the pitch angle: the upwards/downwards angle that the face is
    // pointing relative to the image's horizontal plane. Range [-180,180].
    TiltAngle float32

    // DetectionConfidence is the detection confidence. The range is [0, 1].
    DetectionConfidence float32

    // LandmarkingConfidence is the face landmarking confidence. The range is [0, 1].
    LandmarkingConfidence float32

    // Likelihoods expresses the likelihood of various aspects of the face.
    Likelihoods *FaceLikelihoods
}

A FaceAnnotation describes the results of face detection on an image.

type FaceLandmarks Uses

type FaceLandmarks struct {
    Eyebrows Eyebrows
    Eyes     Eyes
    Ears     Ears
    Nose     Nose
    Mouth    Mouth
    Chin     Chin
    Forehead *r3.Vector
}

FaceLandmarks contains the positions of facial features detected by the service. TODO(jba): write doc for all

type FaceLikelihoods Uses

type FaceLikelihoods struct {
    // Joy is the likelihood that the face expresses joy.
    Joy Likelihood

    // Sorrow is the likelihood that the face expresses sorrow.
    Sorrow Likelihood

    // Anger is the likelihood that the face expresses anger.
    Anger Likelihood

    // Surprise is the likelihood that the face expresses surprise.
    Surprise Likelihood

    // UnderExposed is the likelihood that the face is under-exposed.
    UnderExposed Likelihood

    // Blurred is the likelihood that the face is blurred.
    Blurred Likelihood

    // Headwear is the likelihood that the face has headwear.
    Headwear Likelihood
}

FaceLikelihoods expresses the likelihood of various aspects of a face.

type Image Uses

type Image struct {

    // Rect is a rectangle on the Earth's surface represented by the
    // image. It is optional.
    Rect *LatLngRect

    // LanguageHints is a list of languages to use for text detection. In most
    // cases, leaving this field nil yields the best results since it enables
    // automatic language detection. For languages based on the Latin alphabet,
    // setting LanguageHints is not needed. In rare cases, when the language of
    // the text in the image is known, setting a hint will help get better
    // results (although it will be a significant hindrance if the hint is
    // wrong). Text detection returns an error if one or more of the specified
    // languages is not one of the supported languages (See
    // https://cloud.google.com/translate/v2/translate-reference#supported_languages).
    LanguageHints []string
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

An Image represents the contents of an image to run detection algorithms on, along with metadata. Images may be described by their raw bytes, or by a reference to a a Google Cloude Storage (GCS) object.

func NewImageFromReader Uses

func NewImageFromReader(r io.ReadCloser) (*Image, error)

NewImageFromReader reads the bytes of an image from rc, then closes rc.

You may optionally set Rect and LanguageHints on the returned Image before using it.

func NewImageFromURI Uses

func NewImageFromURI(uri string) *Image

NewImageFromURI returns an image that refers to an object in Google Cloud Storage (when the uri is of the form "gs://BUCKET/OBJECT") or at a public URL.

You may optionally set Rect and LanguageHints on the returned Image before using it.

type ImageProps Uses

type ImageProps struct {
    // DominantColors describes the dominant colors of the image.
    DominantColors []*ColorInfo
}

ImageProps describes properties of the image itself, like the dominant colors.

type LatLng Uses

type LatLng struct {
    // Lat is the latitude in degrees. It must be in the range [-90.0, +90.0].
    Lat float64
    // Lng is the longitude in degrees. It must be in the range [-180.0, +180.0].
    Lng float64
}

A LatLng is a point on the Earth's surface, represented with a latitude and longitude.

type LatLngRect Uses

type LatLngRect struct {
    Min, Max LatLng
}

A LatLngRect is a rectangular area on the Earth's surface, represented by a minimum and maximum latitude and longitude.

type Likelihood Uses

type Likelihood int

A Likelihood is an approximate representation of a probability.

type Mouth Uses

type Mouth struct {
    Left, Center, Right, UpperLip, LowerLip *r3.Vector
}

type Nose Uses

type Nose struct {
    Left, Right, Top, Bottom, Tip *r3.Vector
}

type Page Uses

type Page struct {
    // Additional information detected on the page.
    Properties *TextProperties
    // Page width in pixels.
    Width int32
    // Page height in pixels.
    Height int32
    // List of blocks of text, images etc on this page.
    Blocks []*Block
}

A Page is a page of text detected from OCR.

type Paragraph Uses

type Paragraph struct {
    // Additional information detected for the paragraph.
    Properties *TextProperties
    // The bounding box for the paragraph.
    // The vertices are in the order of top-left, top-right, bottom-right,
    // bottom-left. When a rotation of the bounding box is detected the rotation
    // is represented as around the top-left corner as defined when the text is
    // read in the 'natural' orientation.
    // For example:
    //   * when the text is horizontal it might look like:
    //      0----1
    //      |    |
    //      3----2
    //   * when it's rotated 180 degrees around the top-left corner it becomes:
    //      2----3
    //      |    |
    //      1----0
    //   and the vertice order will still be (0, 1, 2, 3).
    BoundingBox []image.Point
    // List of words in this paragraph.
    Words []*Word
}

A Paragraph is a structural unit of text representing a number of words in certain order.

type Property Uses

type Property struct {
    Name  string
    Value string
}

A Property is an arbitrary name-value pair.

type SafeSearchAnnotation Uses

type SafeSearchAnnotation struct {
    // Adult is the likelihood that the image contains adult content.
    Adult Likelihood

    // Spoof is the likelihood that an obvious modification was made to the
    // image's canonical version to make it appear funny or offensive.
    Spoof Likelihood

    // Medical is the likelihood that this is a medical image.
    Medical Likelihood

    // Violence is the likelihood that this image represents violence.
    Violence Likelihood
}

SafeSearchAnnotation describes the results of a SafeSearch detection on an image.

type Symbol Uses

type Symbol struct {
    // Additional information detected for the symbol.
    Properties *TextProperties
    // The bounding box for the symbol.
    // The vertices are in the order of top-left, top-right, bottom-right,
    // bottom-left. When a rotation of the bounding box is detected the rotation
    // is represented as around the top-left corner as defined when the text is
    // read in the 'natural' orientation.
    // For example:
    //   * when the text is horizontal it might look like:
    //      0----1
    //      |    |
    //      3----2
    //   * when it's rotated 180 degrees around the top-left corner it becomes:
    //      2----3
    //      |    |
    //      1----0
    //   and the vertice order will still be (0, 1, 2, 3).
    BoundingBox []image.Point
    // The actual UTF-8 representation of the symbol.
    Text string
}

A Symbol is a symbol in a text document.

type TextAnnotation Uses

type TextAnnotation struct {
    // List of pages detected by OCR.
    Pages []*Page
    // UTF-8 text detected on the pages.
    Text string
}

TextAnnotation contains a structured representation of OCR extracted text. The hierarchy of an OCR extracted text structure looks like:

TextAnnotation -> Page -> Block -> Paragraph -> Word -> Symbol

Each structural component, starting from Page, may further have its own properties. Properties describe detected languages, breaks etc.

type TextProperties Uses

type TextProperties struct {
    // A list of detected languages together with confidence.
    DetectedLanguages []*DetectedLanguage
    // Detected start or end of a text segment.
    DetectedBreak *DetectedBreak
}

TextProperties contains additional information about an OCR structural component.

type WebDetection Uses

type WebDetection struct {
    // Deduced entities from similar images on the Internet.
    WebEntities []*WebEntity
    // Fully matching images from the Internet.
    // They're definite neardups and most often a copy of the query image with
    // merely a size change.
    FullMatchingImages []*WebImage
    // Partial matching images from the Internet.
    // Those images are similar enough to share some key-point features. For
    // example an original image will likely have partial matching for its crops.
    PartialMatchingImages []*WebImage
    // Web pages containing the matching images from the Internet.
    PagesWithMatchingImages []*WebPage
}

WebDetection contains relevant information for the image from the Internet.

type WebEntity Uses

type WebEntity struct {
    // Opaque entity ID.
    ID  string
    // Overall relevancy score for the entity.
    // Not normalized and not comparable across different image queries.
    Score float32
    // Canonical description of the entity, in English.
    Description string
}

A WebEntity is an entity deduced from similar images on the Internet.

type WebImage Uses

type WebImage struct {
    // The result image URL.
    URL string
    // Overall relevancy score for the image.
    // Not normalized and not comparable across different image queries.
    Score float32
}

WebImage contains metadata for online images.

type WebPage Uses

type WebPage struct {
    // The result web page URL.
    URL string
    // Overall relevancy score for the web page.
    // Not normalized and not comparable across different image queries.
    Score float32
}

A WebPage contains metadata for web pages.

type Word Uses

type Word struct {
    // Additional information detected for the word.
    Properties *TextProperties
    // The bounding box for the word.
    // The vertices are in the order of top-left, top-right, bottom-right,
    // bottom-left. When a rotation of the bounding box is detected the rotation
    // is represented as around the top-left corner as defined when the text is
    // read in the 'natural' orientation.
    // For example:
    //   * when the text is horizontal it might look like:
    //      0----1
    //      |    |
    //      3----2
    //   * when it's rotated 180 degrees around the top-left corner it becomes:
    //      2----3
    //      |    |
    //      1----0
    //   and the vertice order will still be (0, 1, 2, 3).
    BoundingBox []image.Point
    // List of symbols in the word.
    // The order of the symbols follows the natural reading order.
    Symbols []*Symbol
}

A Word is a word in a text document.

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