The Next Rembrandt created 350 years after artist’s death using AI and 3D printing

A team of scientists and engineers have recreated the style of Dutch painter Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, 350 years after his death. The team used a combination of data analysis, machine learning and 3D printing to make The Next Rembrandt. The project was a collaboration between Microsoft, ING, Delft University of Technology, The Mauritshuis art museum and the Rembrandt House Museum. The entire collection of Rembrandt’s painting were analysed by the team, pixel by pixel. They generated 150GB of high resolution scans of his works. Machine learning algorithms were used to upscale these high resolution scans, to maximize the resolution and quality. An analysis of 346 paintings was done to determine the subject. Since most of his paintings were portraits, the team focused on analysing the portraits after comparing the age, gender, race, clothing…


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