Luminate Makes Ad Age List of Top 10 Startups

Woo hoo! Thanks, Ad Age. From its 10 Startups to Watch report:

There are more than 3 trillion images on the web, Luminate execs like to say. And while the diversity of those images is enormous, there’s no straightforward way to identify and capitalize on the contents of those images. Enter Luminate. Launched as Pixazza three years ago by Jim Everingham, the company’s mission sounds simple: “To make images more interactive,” as Chief Revenue Officer Chas Edwards put it. But in practice, it’s anything but simple. Luminate uses a combination of image-recognition software and human research to tag products and attributes found within images across the internet.

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