Fotorealistische Bilder aus der Game Boy Camera

Roland Meertens nutzt “neuronal networks” um Bilder aus der Game Boy Camera in Auflösung und Farbe hoch zu skalieren und erzielt beeindruckende Ergebnisse.

04.03.2017

Ich war kürzlich noch kurz davor mir eine Game Boy Camera auf dem Flohmarkt zu schießen.
Das Teil (und der dazugehörige Drucker, der die Bilder auf eine “Kassenbon-Rolle” druckte) war damals schon nerdig.  Vielleicht war das auch damals der Grund warum das Ding gefloppt ist.  Retro-Hacker wie Meertens halten das Gadget bis heute lebendig. Bin begeistert

Creating photorealistic images with neural networks and a Gameboy Camera

Back in 1998, the Gameboy camera got the world record as “smallest digital camera” in the Guinness book of records. An accessory you could buy was the small printer you could use to print your images. When I was 10 years old we had one of these cameras at home and used it a lot. Although we did not have the printer, taking pictures, editing them, and playing minigames was a lot of fun. Unfortunately, I could not find my old camera (no colored young Roland pictures, unfortunately), but I did buy a new one so I could test my application.

In the end the result turned out very good. The generated images are really great. Although we trained on a small part of the face even pictures of whole heads seem to turn out nice. The following images are images the network has never seen before. The image in the center is the “real image”, the image on the right is generated by our neural network. Note that even skincolor is accurate most of the times.

(via Nerdcore)

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