Support for the PCMark for Android Computer Vision benchmark ended on May 11, 2021. It is no longer available in the app.
Computer Vision is an exciting field that opens the possibilities for a range of innovative apps and services. Recent advances mean that many mobile devices can now use these techniques. The Computer Vision test is a new test incorporating open-source software libraries that measures device performance for a range of image recognition tasks.
TensorFlow is an open-source machine learning library developed by Google. The test uses a trained neural network to recognize objects in a set of pictures.
ZXing, commonly known as Zebra Crossing, is a multi-format barcode image processing library. The test uses XZing to read a set of barcodes and QR codes.
Tesseract is an open-source optical character recognition library. The test recognizes and extracts English text from a set of images.