Back in 2018, Google released the Google Arts & Culture app which allowed users to upload photos and be matched with a doppelganger in art history.
Many people got in on the trend, and now, Google is back with a new addition to the app: Pet Portraits.
Using the new Pet Portraits feature, users can upload photos of their pets and AI technology will scan a huge database of art history pieces to find the perfect match.
It’s not just dogs or cats that can get in on the fun either, but Open Culture reports it works for birds, horses, rodents and others pets! They did note, though, that its accuracy with rodents isn’t that great.
People have been sharing photos of their furry friends and the matches the app has found on social media. Check out some of the pictures below:
Google Arts and Culture does a pet portrait match and I don’t appreciate it. pic.twitter.com/aLduuXO8gs
— M. Lovely (@meglovely) December 14, 2021
The Google Arts & Culture pet portrait feature is pretty neat. pic.twitter.com/foHANxgMKV
— Thy is Boosted (he/him 🏳️⚧️) (@obituarthy) November 13, 2021
Google представила функцію Pet Portraits, яка дозволяє знайти двійника вашої домашньої тварини на світових творах мистецтва. Щоб скористатися фічею встановіть додаток Google Arts & Culture. pic.twitter.com/68pNoh0oFA
— Victor (@victor_tvictor) November 10, 2021
To try the app out for yourself, you can download the Google Arts & Culture app from Google Play or the App Store on your device.
Once in the app, click on the camera icon and you should see the option for “Pet Portraits.” Select that, snap a clear photo of your pet, and see what the AI comes up with!SKM: below-content placeholder