A real-time neural network turns sketches into photographs. A group of American and British experts led by a developer from Adobe Research created such a system called iSketchNFill. The algorithm consists of two parts. One draws a sketch, the second makes a realistic photo out of the finished picture.
Based on the neural network, the developers created an application for Linux and macOS. Its code is available at GitHub.
The application has two windows. In the first, the user schematically draws an object, and in the second, he creates a neural network in real time. Before you start drawing, you need to select a specific object from the list. The neural network can handle sketches of faces, cars, bicycles, as well as some fruits and berries.