Prisma, the wonder app which transforms a digital image into a piece of art in seconds, finally made its way to Google Play store on Sunday.
The company had last week released the beta version for select registered users to test the application and get feedback. Now Prisma Labs have released the fully functional application to the public.
The company is said to be working on a 360-degree view and a video filter, and might release them in the coming weeks. Until then, users can enjoy about 30 artwork filters, including Pablo Picasso, Monet, Van Gogh, Edvard Munch, Levitan and Kandinsky, as well as popular patterns and ornaments.
Prisma is now available in Apple iOS and Google Android versions, but there is no word on when it will be made available in the Windows mobile version.
How does Prisma work?
Prisma uses an advanced algorithm made of a unique combination of neural networks and artificial intelligence to help turn a digital image taken with a smartphone to a piece of art. It takes only a few seconds to transform the picture to an artwork, unlike other apps, which are time consuming and include very few filters.
System requirements for Prisma app:
|Apple iOS App store||Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch||V2.0.1||15.8MB||HERE|
|Google Play store (Android)||V4.1 and above||V1.0||7.0MB||HERE|