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Try This Intelligent Color Generator That Learns From Movies, Photographs, Art

By Mikelle Leow, 04 Apr 2017



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Artificial intelligence (AI) seems to have taken over the world—it works as a personal assistant in your phone, it helps out with customer service, and now, it understands color schemes.

Jack Qiao, a guy from Vancouver who refuses to call himself a designer or engineer, has added even more color to the AI industry by inventing ‘Colormind’—a deep learning tool that knows color theory.

“‘Colormind’ can learn from photographs, movies, and popular art—generating color suggestions that fit the distinct visual style of those mediums,” Jack explains.

The AI generates new datasets every day, so check back if your favorite movie has been turned into a color palette. If you hate waiting, you can even have your own color palettes created from images you upload.

Take a look at some examples below. Click here to give this amazing tool a go.

Color palette inspired by The Tale of the Princess Kaguya



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The Tale of the Princess Kaguya is a modern classic from Studio Ghibli. Its distinctive watercolor palette stands out among other animated works. This dataset is best used with soft pastels.”

Color palette inspired by The Lego Movie



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“Compared to most films The Lego Movie is chock-full of vibrant color palettes. Apart from the obvious LEGO colors, each world visited by ‘Emmet’ has its own unique color scheme.”




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[via Colormind, images via various sources]
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