By now we’re sure many of you guys have heard of the Prisma app, an app That was initially released on iOS that allows users to turn photos into pseudo-paintings thanks to an effect. While there have been apps that offered up similar filters in the past, Prisma seems to have done a much better job, and just recently it was released onto Android.
If this wasn’t good news enough, you might be interested to learn that the app could be getting an update in the future that will bring its unique filter to videos as well. According to a report from Bloomberg, they say that the company’s co-founder Alexey Moiseenkov revealed that they were working on an update that would bring the filters to video editing.
Actually to be more specific, Moiseenkov states that the feature is already working and ready, but they are updating its computing infrastructure to support the complexities of video, which makes sense as video contains moving objects which means that the filter needs to be applied on every frame.