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10 amazing Prisma app images that started as simple selfies

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The Prisma app, which transforms normal photos into amazing images that attempt to replicate the human artistic touch, is officially a hit. 

First released back in June in the Apple App Store, the app has quickly been adopted by thousands of users posting Prisma-enhanced images to Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. 

But unlike some apps that merely apply light and color filters to images, Prisma claims to use a combination of neural networks and artificial intelligence to take the art styles of famous artists, as well as other art styles, and combines them with your photos to create stunning new images.  Read more…

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