Psychedelic visual interpretations of famous poems

Psychedelic visual interpretations of famous poems

Narrated GPT-3 Poetry

About Psychedelic visual interpretations of famous poems

A new video created by computer artist and animator Glenn Marshall uses AI to narrate and create visualizations for poems. It’s based on the poem ‘In the Bleak Midwinter’, written by an English 19th-century writer Christina Rossetti.

Marshall has used the Story2Hallucination library to convert words into the video. It’s interesting to see some parts of the video interpreting words of the poem in a literal sense. For instance, you’ll see a stone emerge from the water to signify “water like a stone.”

For narration, the video uses the tool to borrow Christopher Lee’s voice.

Creating visualizations from text is growing as a use case for AI models. Last month, OpenAI revealed a new library called DALL-E that converts words and phrases into images. It would be fascinating to see when poets and writers get access to tools that let them choose from a range of AI models to transform their writings into videos.


Creator: Glenn Marshall Neural Art

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