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Recently, RunwayML started collecting some impressive projects built with their tool. The posts for these ‘experiments’ vary from blog style write-ups with videos (like the trippy paint your face away video) to full interactive applications that you can test out in the browser.
The image above shows an example from one of the interactive ‘experiments’ called ‘Generative Engine‘. Generative engine is billed as a ‘storytelling machine that automatically generates images as you write’. This multi-sensory experience is reminiscent of live painting at concerts with it’s mix of modalities (and it’s pretty fun). The Generative Engine utilized the AttnGAN model which does ‘Fine-Grained Text to Image Generation with Attentional Generative Adversarial Networks’. If you’d like to learn more more about the AttnGAN model checkout the paper or try implementing it on RunwayML or with the code on Github.
As a bonus, here are a few more interactive RunwayML experiments:
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