With the advent of smartphones and tablets, touch applications are the order of the day; Today there are hundreds of ‘apps’ that allow you to perform various functions. One of the activities that big and boys enjoy, is drawing; However, drawing with the mouse or with your finger on a touch screen can be difficult.
Thinking about this problem, Google has developed a new tool called AutoDraw; Which is now available on the internet, is free and can be used from computers, cell phones and tablets.
This new Google app works from a base of drawings made by various artists and techniques of artificial intelligence. Its predecessor was a Google Pictionary game called Quick, Draw; However, the difference between Auto Draw and Quick lies in the fact that in the first case the machine not only tries to guess what the user is trying to draw, but also offers a bank of options to perfect the finish. While the goal of Quick, Draw was always to build a database from quick drawings to be used in auto-learning technologies.
The artists who collaborated to make this innovative Google tool are illustrator Julia Melograna, designers Erin Butner, Pei Liew, Simone Noronha, Tori Hinn and Selman Design studios and HAWRAF.