Are you embarrassed by what comes out when somebody asks you to draw something as simple as a tree or a house? Well, we have some good news for you then. You won’t need to take expensive art classes or learn how to be a graphic designer because the almighty Google has you covered.
As part of its plan to use advanced machine learning functions to improve user experience, Google has recently launched a doodling application called AutoDraw. You’re probably asking yourself right now about what’s the difference between AutoDraw and Google’s QuickDraw, the app that managed to recognize what you drew.
Well, here’s how it works. Combining advanced AI learning algorithms and the expertise of various gifted graphic designers, Google’s AutoDraw managed to create a unique application that manages to guess what you are drawing and enhances it to look like the real thing.
What’s even more amazing is the fact that the application is free of charge and is available on a wide variety of platforms including Windows PC, Mac, Android, and iPhone. But that still doesn’t answer the question.
Now, let’s picture the following scenario. Let’s say that someone asked you to draw a house with a car parked in front of it. Knowing that you can’t even draw a simple straight line, you reluctantly agree. But don’t despair, because Google’s AutoDraw pretty much has you covered.
All that you need to do in order to draw the most amazing house and the most awesome car is to head to AutoDraw’s site or, if you own a mobile device, download the application from the online store. Now, here’s where the fun part begins.
Begin by drawing a house as well as you could. When you’re satisfied with the results, check out the suggestion bar on the upper part of the screen. Select the one that suits your project best and click on it. Google’s AutoDraw will automatically transform your chicken scratch into a masterpiece.
Moreover, the application also has advanced photo-editing features, which means that you will be able to add as many details as you like to your scenery.
More astounding is the fact that Google’s latest tool is able to accurately recognize your drawing, no matter how crooked the lines are. With many graphic designers contributing to enlarge the application’s library, you won’t have any trouble finding that suits your tastes.