Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, the first book in the saga, turns 25. On the occasion of this anniversary, a page of fans of the work of JK Rowling used an app with artificial intelligence to recreate the characters using information from the novel. The result has impressed fans of the films.
When it comes to book-to-screen adaptations, there’s always the debate about whether the feature film does the literature justice, and “Harry Potter” is no exception.
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So the Twitter page @ImladrisFilms It has gone viral thanks to a clever idea they had: create the most faithful image possible of the protagonists described in the books and compare them with those of the film.
Although the world remembers the faces of Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Hermione (Emma Watson) and Ron (Rupert Grint) very well, what the Artbreeder app has done has left fans speechless.
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According to the account administrators, the application works by collecting descriptive data, such as eye color, nose width, among others. Then, artificial intelligence generates the image based on that information.
The Twitter thread developed by @ImladrisFilms It contains a total of 28 images in which different emblematic characters from the entire saga appear: from Harry himself to Professor Dolores Umbridge.
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In the case of the protagonists, the similarity they have with what is described in the book has impressed the followers.
But so has the appearance of others who look almost nothing like their versions in the novel, like Sirius Black (Gary Oldman) himself.
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Next, we leave you all the comparisons so that you are the one who judges how faithful the movies were to the books.
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