Saturday, 06 June, 2020

The Google Art Transfer tool will transform your pics into fine art

Google’s Art Transfer turns your photos into a work of art Google Arts and Culture App Makes Your Photos Look Like Masterpieces
Cecil Davis | 05 April, 2020, 14:54

Google's Arts & Custom app now we may prospects comply with traits of well-known painting to their footage with the model new "Art work Swap" perform.

In addition to letting you transform your photos into famous artworks, the app also lets you find art by using the colors of your photo, explore high-definition artworks, watch 360-degree videos, and tour famous landmarks with Street View. It's similar to last year's ai.portraits, which used a widget built by researchers at the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab, which let users apply a similar artistic transformation to their photos.

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Though the tech behind it sounds complicated, Art Transfer is pretty simple to use. Even photos of boring subjects, like a chair, look much more interesting reimagined in the style of famous painters. In case you don't wish to alter your image completely, the app also gives you the option to select the exact part of your image you wish to edit. Art Transfer recreates your photo with a unique algorithm, inspired by your chosen art style. Once you snap your photo and select a style, Art Transfer doesn't just blend the two things or simply overlay your image. Rather yields something. What is more, the entire process happens right on an Android device or your iOS without needing to send anything. Fortunately, Google's Arts & Culture app can help fix that problem. The feature appears in the Camera menu in the bottom bar of the app and lets you choose the art style from over a dozen different masterpieces.

Google has tied-up with a number of art galleries, museums and cultural institutions from around the world, such as the UK's National Gallery and Japan's MOA Museum of Art, to incorporate the various artistic styles into the app. Once you are happy with your Art Transfer, tap share to share the results as a still image or as a GIF.