Reverse Image Search with Google
There is a unique way to look for meanings behind pictures on the Internet. By simply uploading an image into Images.google.com, the search engine can provide a list of places where that image was obtained. There are several other ways to find out more about images if you don’t want to upload the file. You can drag and drop an image into the search box, you can copy and paste the URL of an image and then click the camera icon on the Google images search line, or you can download the Chrome or Firefox extension and right-click an image to search for that image.
Think about going on a vacation, taking a picture and then uploading that image to find out more about the image. That is one of the things that this site claims can be accomplished. When I put in my Gravitar image, it worked well. However, I uploaded several vacation pictures to see what it would display. It did not give accurate information.
This has some interesting possibilities. Check out the following video for more information about searching images with reverse image search from Google: