Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Photoappendices Prisma comes to Android – BBC News

A mobile application is the Prisma, which is on the fly turns your photos into masterpieces of art, making them look like paintings by famous artists, today will be available on Android-devices. Users who want to download the beta version of the first must go to the site prisma-ai.com, click on Sign up for news, specify the name and email address.

According to The Next Web site co-founder of Prisma Labs Alex Moiseenko, download links will send later today, July 19. Judging by the screenshots, Android-version of Prisma will be little different from the version for iOS.

Read also: Russia’s application on the fly stylized photos for masterpieces of art

Prisma – a new program for the iPhone, which processes images on based on neural network technology. She was released on June 11 and in a short time became a hit App Store, in dozens of countries. A few weeks after the release of the team of Russian developers invested Internet Holding Mail.Ru Group.

iOS-version of Prisma leader in the App Store charts in more than 40 countries. The app downloaded over 7.5 million times, and use it about 1.5 million people a day. As Moiseenkov said shortly in Prisma will support video, 360-degree image, and the new “filters” to transform pictures.

Earlier in July, the Android-smartphone went Mlvch program ( “Malevich”), which also involves artificial intelligence technology for the processing of photo art

Source:. The Next Web


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