Google Arts & Culture App Can Match Your Selfie to Fine Art

Google Arts & Culture App Can Match Your Selfie to Fine Art

Google Arts & Culture App Can Match Your Selfie to Fine Art

After you snap your photo, the app will analyze your features using computer vision technology to match your selfie with historical artwork.

This google arts and culture app is pretty wonderful. Head to the app store.

Boosting posts may not be included in the best practices textbook, but say you're a business owner and need to ... This educational app has been out for more than two years. The trend or rather the frenzy was to find their doppelgangers in portraits hung at the museum. This is where you want to be. Tap "get started", and you'll be guided through the process.

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Step Three: Accept the terms and conditions. The Web giant says it "won't use data from your photo for any other objective and will only store your photo for the time it takes to search for matches". Prima, a photo-editing app, shot to fame for turning images into paintings, complete with strokes of an artist's brush. After a simple download, users can use their front-facing cameras to take a selfie.

Obviously, Google's tool isn't meant to be some shining achievement of deep learning, but rather as a way to discover art you had no idea existed before booting up the app. Some of my options didn't really speak to me, but others - I'm particularly fond of Rembrandt Laughing - I felt really captured something.

"The Big Sick" star Kumail Naniani found a mixed media on wood artwork with a 59 percent match to his selfie. While it sounds like the ideal way to plan your next vacation (who doesn't want to see their historical twin IRL), the face match technology definitely needs some work. Or maybe not. Maybe I really do just look like a jolly, old Dutch dude.

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