Re: Envision AI versus Supersense?

Carolyn Arnold

Pretty good about the man.

I took Seeing A I into my living room, where it identified lamp, table, chair. I took it into the kitchen where my husband, Jim was, and it said man cooking.

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From: [] On Behalf Of Loy
Sent: Thursday, May 6, 2021 10:55 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Envision AI versus Supersense?

Sorry, I can't give a good answer with my limited use of SuperSence. I remember I tried the object recognition inside and it did recognize chairs some furniture, but out side it only recognized trees. When I tried it in my bedroom, it told me there was a man in the room, then I figured out that it saw my reflection in the mirror.
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From: "Troy Burnham" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, May 6, 2021 10:46 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Envision AI versus Supersense?


I also have seeing AI, but the main function I'm looking for right now is to be able to scan an area for certain objects, like a chair for example and for the app to tell me when it detects it and what it is.
I've had seeing AI for a while and I don't believe it has this capability unless its been added recently in one of the later updates because I haven't used the app in a while. If you've used Envision AI and Supersense which one does the best job at scanning for specific objects?

Of course I know that seeing AI is free and the other 2 apps are not, but even though I'm just looking for object recognition right now I'd use whatever app I choose for more than that so I wouldn't mind paying the subscription fee.


On 5/6/2021 9:18 PM, Loy wrote:
Seeing AI works well for me. I also have Envision and I have tried
SuperSence for a 7 day trial. With my limited use I don't see much
difference. Envision is much cheaper than Super Sense and Seeing AI is
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From: "Troy Burnham" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, May 6, 2021 9:16 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Envision AI versus Supersense?

Hi all,

If anyone is familiar with the 2 apps in the subject line I'd like to
hear your comments. It looks to me like they may both do about the
same thing and I'd like to see if there's any advantages of one versus
the other before possibly deciding to use one or the other. I'm aware
that at least Invision has a 14-day trial and I had that reset the
other day because I installed the app on my phone a while back and
either through me doing something or just by being installed the trial
started and ran out before I was ready to evaluate it, but I can't
tell if Supersense has a trial period or not. I may've ruined the
trial period on it as well for the same reason, just opening it to see
how it works and then figuring that the trial period wouldn't continue
until I opened it again. I know, that was the wrong assumption.

From a podcast I listened to about supersense it sounds like it
would be the easier of the 2 apps to use but I'm not sure.



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