The Null Device

Now this is doovy: Image Analogies. In short, some researchers have found a way of generating an image that differs from another image in the same way as two other images differ. This can be used for synthesising additional detail in low-resolution images, applying image-processing effects by example (i.e., turning photographs into drawings or oil paintings), or even making pseudo-realistic scenes from simple drawings. In fact, someone has even used it for turning maps into "aerial photographs" for flight simulation. (via Satisfaction Refunded)

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