The philosophical question of “what is art” has an ethereal and fleeting quality. As you approach the answer, the definition seems to disappear. Embrace this quality, [Max Fischer] created An AI-driven painting, new artwork can be drawn at the touch of a buttonWhen the button at the bottom of the screen is pressed, a new image will be generated, and the old image will be lost forever, which in a way makes the frame itself a work of art.
What really makes this project stand up is the sheer quality of the documentation on the GitHub repository. The description is very detailed. From setting up Jetson to building a control box with a half-inch MDF (12 mm for the sane part of the world), everything is accompanied by a large number of pictures. Although it is easy to generate images in advance, [Max] Taken away
Hard route Hackaday routes and performs all inferences locally and in real time. In order to meet the processing requirements, an Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX single-board computer was used.He trains Style GAN Whenever you press the button at the bottom of the screen, high-resolution abstract art is generated. To prevent the screen from aging, PIR is added to turn off the screen when no one is there.
At Hackaday, we saw several projects putting old laptop screens or monitors in a beautiful wooden box and then mounting them on the wall. Since 32-inch laptops are hard to find, [Max] I chose a different method, but bought a 32-inch Samsung frame at a relatively cheap price.
For all their details, [Max] One thing is indeed missing from the README: AI that generates art. [Max] The implication is that he wants other people to create their photo frames, but with their own artistic generation. What are you waiting for? Go do some art.