The STROTSS model has several potential use cases. One possible application is in the field of graphic design, where designers can use the model to easily apply different artistic styles to their designs without having to manually recreate them. For example, they can take a simple sketch or mockup and use the STROTSS model to transfer the style of a known artwork or painting onto it, giving it a unique and creative look. Another use case is in the field of photography, where photographers can use the model to give their photos a specific aesthetic by applying the style of famous photographers or artistic movements to their own images. This can be particularly useful in creating visually cohesive series or portfolios. Additionally, the model could be used in the gaming industry for generating visually consistent game assets, allowing designers to easily create variations of characters, environments, and objects with different artistic styles. Overall, the STROTSS model has the potential to be integrated into various creative applications and products, providing users with the ability to effortlessly transfer styles between images and unleash their creativity.
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- Avg run time
- Nvidia T4 GPU
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image to image style transfer using STROTSS loss
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|Cost per Run||$0.07095|
|Prediction Hardware||Nvidia T4 GPU|
|Average Completion Time||129 seconds|