A GUI for Nvidia's GauGAN/SPADE like shown in the tech demo.
This repository is similar to demo of Nvidia's GauGAN, called SPADE, but using Drawingboard.js, running a Flask app on port 80 for generating image, and django server that hosts the Drawingboard for generating images. I created this way before Nvidia published their own demo just to test. And since they are down most of the time I decided to publish.
Draw basic images and click generate to generate photo realistic scenery images.
- Python 3
- Chrome (if you want to run it locally)
1- Install PyTorch( >=1.1.0 ) and TorchVision ( >= 0.3.0 ) from their website with GPU support.
If you already have CUDA 8 and appropriate CuDNN installed, you can continue
pip3 install -r requirements.txt
3- Go to Nvidia's github repo SPADE and follow their directives and install it to a folder. Download the weight files too!
python3 spade_app.py -s PATH/TO/SPADE/LOCAL/REPO/DIR -c PATH/TO/CHROME/BINARY
This will open a Chrome page on localhost:8000 with GUI after sometime.
Colors represent a class on COCO images. Darker green are
forests, dark blue is
- Try to use fill colour as much as you can after selecting boundaries. This is about Drawingboard.js's inability to turn off anti-aliasing and creating non-solid colors all over with the Pen tool.
- If fill colour fills entire board, you probably gone over the frame too fast with pen and there is gap.