For those who love to use paint to sketch random things out, there's a smarter one out by Google called AutoDraw that will actually make sense of those rough doodles and turn them into well-designed sketches.
Head to www.autodraw.com and you will get access to a Microsoft Paint-like interface that offers basic tools for your not so professional mouse-held sketches. Google uses the power of machine learning to understand what you tried to draw and offer your a list of options at the top to select from and complete your sketch.
Google AutoDraw basically analyses your drawing and then compares it with similar offerings from its database. The tool works the other way around when compared to an earlier creation called Quick Draw, which tried to guess what you where trying to draw in the first place.
Once you are done with one doodle, you can simply start another one and keep going until you complete your scene.
The tools although basic allow users to choose colours, lay text, fill options and shapes to help you complete your masterpiece with a little help from its neural network. Once your artwork is complete you can even download your artwork and share it to social networks.
The idea here is to enable anyone to draw and create works of art and so far, it succeeds and goes far beyond that.
Published Date: Apr 12, 2017 06:41 pm | Updated Date: Apr 12, 2017 06:41 pm