With "Art Recognizer", the app also lets you point your phone's camera at an artwork to get information about it.
This part is easy. You unfortunately can't upload a photo, so be sure to find the best light and know your angles.
The app launched November 30, 2015, as a way to offer virtual tours of over 1,000 museums, and comes with a companion that offers museum tours ("go inside the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao", in Spain, ) and contemporary pitches on art education-"Ten things you didn't know about Vincent Van Gogh".
There are two big problems people point to: the app doesn't work in many countries, and people are anxious that their face is being secretly transferred into a database. This is where you want to be. The popup is accompanied by "Get Started".
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Step Three: Accept the terms and conditions. "Google won't use data from your photo for any other objective and will only store your photo for the time it takes to search for matches". If this sounds agreeable, tap "I ACCEPT" in the lower, right-hand corner of the app screen. Prima, a photo-editing app, shot to fame for turning images into paintings, complete with strokes of an artist's brush. After you download the app, you'll have to snap a photo of yourself. In some cases, the resemblance between the person and the piece of art is uncanny, while more frequently, the matches tend to be a little more baffling.
Try it again from different angles and faces and see what comes up!
Until that point, we can sit back and enjoy the (seriously) unflattering comparisons that some people are being served up by Google. Or maybe not. Maybe I really do just look like a jolly, old Dutch dude.