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Erase people and animals from photos with the Bye Bye Camera app

Not always taking a serious thing. Sometimes many images are meant to play with friends and family, and for that, there are thousands of apps with many different functions that add a touch of humor to them.

Among these, you may have wished, for whatever reason, to erase something or something from an image. Fortunately, this is possible without the need to be a Photoshop star from the new app. Bye Bye Camera.

According to artist Damjanski, who helped develop the software, Bye Bye Camera is an application designed for the posthuman world. Basically, the service uses artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to remove people from images by “painting” the background of the image on them.

More technically, the app uses a people detection algorithm called YOLO and a combination of AI systems to fill in that person's absence. This kind of technology in the new; Apple itself, for example, uses it in the Photo Booth app, available on Macs.

It is worth noting, however, that Bye Bye Camera is not the best solution for removing people from unlike images like Photoshop or any other advanced editing software. In other words, it "breaks a branch."

In fact, among the apps available on the App Store, Bye Bye Camera would be equivalent to TouchRetouch. The point, however, is that it removes more than people (accessories, objects and animals) and works even when iPhone is not connected to the internet and with images already saved on the device, unlike Bye Bye Camera.

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Precisely because it is not a “serious” app, Damjanski says it works as an artistic tool and “likes the mistakes” that Bye Bye Camera makes. If you don't want to use it with people, it also works with artwork.

Time to leave by removing my aunts from the photos. 😜


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via TechCrunch