Vectorizer, an AI service for vector pictures, became publicly available

Free AI service Vectorizer, which helps to turn an ordinary picture into a vector one, has been released in public beta.

Vectorizer provides upscaling of images and produces pictures without pixels and jaggies. 

To use the service, you need to select a bitmap image to be vectorized and drag it to the website page.

Vectorizer servers, using powerful graphics processors, will then analyze, process and convert the image from pixel to vector. It can be scaled to any resolution without blurring and used for printing and other purposes.

Vectorizer supports SVG, PDF, EPS, DXF, and PNG formats, and promises to introduce new ones soon.

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