Art In A Sec Uses Artificial Intelligence To Create Perfect Pet Portraits

Sep 4, 2019

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It’s no secret that pets make the world a better place. Your furry family members support you throughout life with their endless loyalty and companionship. With Art In A Sec, you can create a unique portrait of your beloved pet, allowing you to adorn your wall with an artistic interpretation of one of your best friends.

Choose a photo of your dog, cat, bird, turtle, or any other pet, and Art In A Sec will use state-of-the-art AI technology and algorithms to manifest a masterpiece. From segmentation and depth to landmark analysis, the algorithms understand exactly what they’re painting. Each one is done in real-time in less than a minute, and you can see the magic happen as it unfolds. Pick from different artistic styles from the renaissance to modern art, and Art In A Sec will create a pet portrait the entire family will love. Choose from 24 different premium canvas sizes ranging from 5” x 7” up to 36” x 36.” Art In A Sec pet portraits start at $40.

Purchase: $40+

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