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Google Arts & Culture

Take a selfie and see which historical artwork you resemble

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Meet the people, visit the places and learn about the events that shaped our world. Discover collections curated by experts from the most famous museums. Be moved by stories depicted in thousands of photos, videos, manuscripts and artworks on every type of screen and in virtual reality.

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Google Art Palette

Unique color combinations, drawn from the world of art

Google Art Palette uses computer vision algorithms to match color palettes with artwork from around the world.

Google
Whether helping physicians identify disease or finding photos of "hugs," AI is behind a lot of the work we do at Google. And at our Arts & Culture Lab in Paris, we've been experimenting with how AI can be used for the benefit of culture.
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Hologo

Using AR to explain complex theories in their simplest form

Hologo is for students, teachers, schools and lifelong learners. The app brings immersive experiences to the education system, for students to learn better and for teachers to better teach concepts visually like never before using Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality Technology.

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Portion

Decentralized auction house built on Ethereum & IPFS

Art & Collectibles now live digitally. Portion’s smart contracts and distributed tech links physical and digital creations to unique tokens creating scarcity and value. A platform without fees unites creators and collectors.

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Leapsome Feedback

Create a thriving feedback culture via Gmail & Slack

Leapsome provides an elegant solution to give and request feedback in your team and company. A layer of people analytics helps managers gain actionable insights and build a culture of continuous learning. As a one-stop-platform for performance development with Gmail & Slack integrations, employees will love using Leapsome.

Kajetan Armansperg- Co-Founder @ Leapsome.com
Leapsome offers a simple solution to give and request feedback and share praise. It comes with Slack & Gmail integrations, is fun to use and offers a variety of other interesting features like managing goals and running reviews.
Kajetan Armansperg- Co-Founder @ Leapsome.com
Check out Leapsome - it provides a nicely designed solution to give and request feedback, manage goals & OKRs and run performance reviews. A layer of people analytics helps managers gain actionable insights and build a culture of continuous learning. There are also Gmail & Slack integrations, so you don't even have to leave your normal workflow.
Kajetan Armansperg- Co-Founder @ Leapsome.com
Check out Leapsome - it provides a simple solution to give and request feedback, manage goals & OKRs and run performance reviews. A layer of people analytics helps managers gain actionable insights and build a culture of continuous learning.
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Seafronts

A photographic exploration of English seaside towns

An exploration of English coastal towns, shot on medium format film. You'll discover photographies of Dorset, Essex, Kent and Sussex in this beautiful hardcover photobook.

Ten percent of proceeds from this book will be donated to Mind, a charity working towards improving mental health.

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ArtPassport

Daily art exhibitions in 360° from the leading galleries

Stunning 360° panoramas of modern and contemporary art exhibitions from the world's leading galleries and art museums. New exhibitions added daily, featuring established and up-and-coming artists complete with individual works, exhibition texts and visiting information.

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Art.com for iPhone

Shop for art & gallery walls with AR

The Art.com app is the fun, easy, and immersive way to experience art on the go. With Gallery Wall Designer and ArtView™, you can envision art in YOUR space. It allows you to shop your own dream gallery – and get it up on your wall. Choose your artwork; try different frames, sizes, and layouts; then use ArtView™ to see how it looks in your space.

Architectural Digest
Seeing is believing, especially when you're planning a gallery wall. Yes, you can do the blogger-approved method of cutting out rectangles of newspaper to simulate artworks and moving them around on the wall until you find a grouping you like.
TechCrunch
AR has gotten quite a bit of hype but there's a good chance you haven't even stumbled across an ARKit use case on your iPhone yet. The reason is largely that AR just doesn't have a ton of practical use cases, I think I just managed to find one though.
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