Microsoft on August 3 introduced two new Visual Search galleries for company’s Bing decision engine, focused on a couple of the most watched TV shows.
On August 3rd, “Fox [aired] a 2 hour special highlighting the “Top 6″ remaining dance teams on So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD). Whether you’re looking to relive the best performances or catch up before the finale, we’ve got you covered,” revealed Anne Singleton, Bing Visual Search team member.
SYTYCD will be able to find performance based on season, episode, dance style, dancers, winners, eliminations, and other criteria.
“We recently rolled out a SYTYCD Visual Search Gallery that lets you sort by what you’re interested in including season, performance, dances with elimination and choreographer.”
In addition, for the hardcore Gleeks, the other new Bing Visual Search gallery published is a Glee Music Guide, that lets you quickly and easily explore the music of Glee. “From the most recent songs to the top downloads, you can sort by the season, episodes, performances, genre, groups, original artist, original songs, soloist, original artist or decade etc. (options you will not find elsewhere),” Singleton added.
Those who don’t know, “bing Visual Search is an innovative search experience — through Bing Visual Search galleries, users get to explore content based on images and a collection of filters at their disposal, set up to let them narrow down a specific search as much as possible.”
[Source: Search Blog]