New AI imaging tool allows for interactive 3D manipulations of 2D pictures

A team of computer scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Informatics, MIT, Google and the University of Pennsylvania has developed a new AI imaging tool for user-interactive 3D manipulation of 2D images depicted in a photograph. The team published a paper describing the new tool, which is called DragGAN, on the arXiv preprint server along with short videos depicting what the tool can do.

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