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Dragon Ball: AI shows what anime would look like in real life; Look!

Bulma de rolê no deserto

When it comes to live-action Dragon Ball, fans automatically have bad memories for remembering the infamous feature film released in 2009by 20th Century Fox — which was a real fiasco in terms of reviews and public reception.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t keep dreaming about realistic versions of the Z warriors, right?

With that in mind, the team at the Canadian gallery Floating Point used the Midjourney artificial intelligence tool — which we explain how it works on TecMundo — to create more realistic versions of the anime characters. The result is as peculiar as you can see right away:

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Bulma Rolling in the DesertSource: Floating Point Gallery/Midjourney

Super Saiyan Goku or actor Hugo Weaving?Super Saiyan Goku or actor Hugo Weaving?Source: Floating Point Gallery/Midjourney

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And this Master Roshi?And this Master Roshi?Source: Floating Point Gallery/Midjourney

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Goku and Vegeta are different...Goku and Vegeta are different…Source: Floating Point Gallery/Midjourney

I think this Cell is not very wellI think this Cell is not very wellSource: Floating Point Gallery/Midjourney

Piccolo, is that you?Piccolo, is that you?Source: Floating Point Gallery/Midjourney

At least it hit the dragonballsAt least it hit the dragonballsSource: Floating Point Gallery/Midjourney

Did you like this flying cloud?Did you like this flying cloud?Source: Floating Point Gallery/Midjourney

What happened to Vegeta?What happened to Vegeta?Source: Floating Point Gallery/Midjourney

Goku or Krillin?Goku or Krillin?Source: Floating Point Gallery/Midjourney

All kidding aside, it should be noted that Midjourney’s AI generates the images based on textual descriptions.

Although the result is extremely peculiar, it is still curious. After all, the tool has no idea what anime is and, even so, approached typical characteristics of the characters.

So, did you like the result? Comment on Minha Série social networks so we know.

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