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Old 06 September 2016, 15:24   #1
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demos.algorithmia.com - new colors for screenshots

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Bring new life to old photos by automatically colorizing them using the Algorithmia API. It's as easy as pasting in a URL above.
We're excited to introduce cloud hosted deep learning models on Algorithmia. The Colorful Image Colorization microservice is a computer vision algorithm trained on a million images from the Imagenet dataset.
This microservice is an implementation of the Colorful Image Colorization algorithm created by Richard Zhang, Phillip Isola, and Alexei A. Efros..
Use irfanview or similar tool to convert to grayscale and upload to
http://demos.algorithmia.com/colorize-photos/

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Old 06 September 2016, 22:52   #2
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Hmph, I tried to use it on a B&W (greyscale) image but the upload option failed for me - I could select the file just fine, but the upload button did nothing.
I also tried using the colorize an online image, but that didn't work either.

I guess my browser is too old - Firefox 3.6.22


Also, it currently doesn't state which file formats are supported.
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I'm using Internet Explorer and *.jpg files.
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I tried again with a .jpg file using both methods on Firefox and Internet Explorer - all attempts failed. I guess my browsers are too old for it to work.
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I'm doing some restoration if old family photos, and figured I could try one of them. The results were unimpressive.

The halo around the coat and hat confuses me? I get that the color guessing could be off.. but clear distinct edges should be simple.
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I'm doing some restoration if old family photos, and figured I could try one of them. The results were unimpressive.

The halo around the coat and hat confuses me? I get that the color guessing could be off.. but clear distinct edges should be simple.

Apart from the blue footpath and the semi-red coats it isn't too bad. I haven't seen the original picture, but b&w photo's do have halo's around people sometimes - you just have to look closely.
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Few colorizations are on my channel https://www.youtube.com/user/s2325/s...uery=colorized
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