Forget Instagram, you need to download this app now

Prisma, a mind-blowing photo application, has changed the definition of filters altogether


News Desk July 12, 2016
PHOTO: PRISMA-AI

There was a time when Instagram filters were the coolest thing, with people using them on almost every picture they took. Well, that time is now over.

Prisma, a mind-blowing photo application, has changed the definition of filters altogether. The new app doesn’t simply apply colour shades to images but transforms them completely into works of art.

Prisma works by using a combination of neutral networks and artificial intelligence to take art forms from famous artists and combine them with the user’s picture to create a stunning new image that looks as if it were a painting by Picasso.

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The app is super addictive providing a long list of filters that you can choose, each giving a completely new and different image. And the best part is that it's free.

Prisma is currently available only on iOS devices with the company confirming its release on Android later this month.

The good news isn’t over just yet. Prisma has also recently announced its plan to launch a video app that will transform entire videos, similar to the photo app. PrismaVideo was confirmed by the developers and will hit iOS and Android stores soon.

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Here's a glimpse of how people have been using this new app to post amazing photos on Instagram.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BHuI7zfgRqN/

https://www.instagram.com/p/BHrj6qrAVL0/
https://www.instagram.com/p/BHseWZzg2CY/
https://www.instagram.com/p/BHslmpHBfFL/
https://www.instagram.com/p/BHsnCb7jHLD/
https://www.instagram.com/p/BHsncTWBoLW/

This article originally appeared on The Next Web.

COMMENTS (2)

Anne Namaleha | 5 years ago | Reply Thanks for introducing instagram to me.it seems interesting.
DontPlayLeapFrogWithUnicorns | 5 years ago | Reply Neural networks and NOT Neutral Networks :P
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