Deep Learning gets messy with food.
Ever wondered how our simple images at Crazy Food Club would look like if it was drawn by famous artists? We asked the question previously here, where we merged the Hokkaido Fresh Milk with Hokusai’s The Great Wave off Kanagawa. In this article, we check out the great master, Vincent van Gogh. This time, we will be featuring two of Van Gogh’s masterpieces, The Starry Night and Sunflowers.
As before, we will be asking our computer, “I have this picture of my food and another picture of a famous painting. How will the picture of my food look like, if it was painted according to the style of the famous painting?“. The algorithm is based on Leon Gatys paper and code by Raymond Yuan.
For this experiment, we will be using the picture from our Mannan Life Grape Konjac Jelly review here. First, we merge it with Van Gogh’s The Starry Night.
We fed the two pictures into our computer and get the masterpiece below.
To see the process, below is a video of the transformation.
Next, we merge the same Mannan Life Grape Konjac Jelly picture with Van Gogh’s Sunflowers.
We feed the two pictures into our computer and get the masterpiece below.
The transformation process can be viewed in the video below.
Amazing? I think so too.