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A team from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) has created a new AI system aimed at designing faithful reproductions of paintings. Called RePaint, the tool combines 3-D printing and deep learning to authentically recreate artworks.
And the process works regardless of different lighting conditions or placement. “If you just reproduce the color of a painting as it looks in the gallery, it might look different in your home,” said Changil Kim, one of the authors on a new paper about the system.
“Our system works under any lighting condition, which shows a far greater color reproduction capability than almost any other previous work.”
The researchers reproduced several oil paintings created by an artist collaborator and found RePaint to
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