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An app to find your pet’s “weakness” in works of art in history

With Pet Portraits app you can find your pet that is portrayed by great artists of all times

Pet Portraits is called a new digital tool that invites the public to discover their pet’s vulnerability to art, among tens of thousands of works from institutions around the world, Google Arts & Culture announced.

How to find a file Similar…a similar person Who is your pet in artwork? , was the slogan with which they launched this fun app that balances each user’s pet image with motifs from ancient Egypt, Mexican street art or Chinese watercolor, among many other options. It can be used from Android and iOS mobile phones, through the app, where you first have to take a picture of the pet in question to be able to see which one or more “twins” have been drawn throughout the world’s artistic history. In addition, it gives access to information on how animals are depicted, their stories and the artists behind each work.

The application launched by the Google platform finds the animal that has already been photographed "in the picture" by great artists
The application launched by the Google platform finds the animal that was filmed and “photographed” by great artists

The Google Arts platform allows access to the collections of more than 2,000 cultural institutions from 80 countries from any mobile device.

Pet Portraits also lets you know the history of the animal depicted and the artist who painted it
Pet Portraits also lets you know the history of the animal depicted and the artist who painted it

The launch of Pet Portraits joins another functionality of the platform launched in the past: “Selfie”, which allows, through artificial intelligence, to search for similarities among thousands of artworks based on your photo. The mobile application also provides a virtual possibility to “walk” through museums, monuments and cities around the world thanks to Street & Museum View, where you can visit places such as the Palace of Versailles, the Taj Mahal or the International Space Station, in Artsandculture.google.com.

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Source: Telam

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