And when she watches you on her Nest cam? How are you going to explain it to her as she boots you out the door?Imagine being able to take a picture of a rug when the homeowner isn't looking and it tells you it's origin, age, fiber content and any potential cleaning concerns
She doesn't need to know how to clean her rugs, that's why she called you.try not to be a moron.
ask to use her shitter while you study up on the findings
Being the bucket of cold water that I am. I have to tell you that it sounds good but won't be accurate.Imagine being able to take a picture of a rug when the homeowner isn't looking and it tells you it's origin, age, fiber content and any potential cleaning concerns
I'm sure the flora and fauna app hovers around 60% too but as long as it keeps you out the poison oak and ivy, I think it's a worthwhile adventure..Being the bucket of cold water that I am. I have to tell you that it sounds good but won't be accurate.
Since the rug world is full of fakes, just looking at a rug is a poor way to accurately ID, your device will need a mini-Mars rover to study construction and do chemical and smoke analysis.
Who knows? 60% may be good enough for some and may be better than nothing.
We all ready know how hard you want to work, Ill call Gilgamesh if and when.
Fred I just fellYou aren't going to get it done for $500 bucks by a friend that went to community college...........so I guess it's out of your wheelhouse too
Who cares..But who is your target market? Certainly not rugsnobs, they already know it all. Carpet cleaners?
That's a narrow market, not all carpet cleaners take rugs in.
They are also a fickle group. Most are too cheap to see a value in it.
You need something more mainstream that is needed by more cleaners.
Ill get Tre on it right awayMy coder son said this could work if it is set up like many other ID apps. If they can't distinguish things from a photo, they sort out the chaff and give you a reduced menu of possibilities.
They rely on a. i. (actual intelligence) to take the final step.