Trying to imagine what objects, landscapes, faces and events from black and white photos really look like or to have see archive films in a new light takes a lot of time spent working in a graphic editor. The tool created at the studio makes this process simpler by recognizing all formats of monochrome images and automatically producing color photos.
Neural network analyzes each pixel of the image and determines its color based on several algorithms.
While the computation is underway, a pixelized version of the uploaded image simulates the work of one of the algorithms.
The final stroke is automatic adjustment of color saturation and contrast.