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GauGAN turns your doodles into photorealistic landscapes

NVIDIA's deep learning AI model GauGAN, cleverly named after post-impressionist painter Paul Gauguin, turns simple sketches into realistic scenes in seconds by leveraging generative adversarial networks, or GANs, to convert segmentation maps into lifelike images.

GauGAN allows users to draw their own segmentation maps and manipulate the scene, labeling each segment with labels like sand, sky, sea or snow. The tool also allows users to add a style filter, changing a generated image to adapt the style of a particular painter, or change a daytime scene to sunset.

Source: https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2019/03/18/gaugan-photorealistic-landscapes-nvidia-research/

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I'd love to see this as mod for Passpartout: The Starving Artist.

There is an audio version, where they turn it to mono in van Gogh mode.

(This is so impressive!!!)

@Gizmo The Sane, that is very cool. Has anyone been able to try it out irl. The conference people did, right?

@Gizmo The Sane the musical version would probably be GANster rap. ;)

@Michel Bretschneider I hadn't heard of Passpartout until you mentioned it. Have you played it? I would love to see as a mod for it too! :D