Photos | Make Website Display of Manufacturing Items

Make Website Display of Manufacturing Items


A page from the Make website showcasing various products that include posters, wheels, and machines in a factory building architecture setting. Eight people are prominently featured in the foreground. (Date/Time: 2007-11-19T10:44:10-08:00)

BLIP-2 Description:

a page from the make website showing a variety of items

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Original Dimensions:

890w x 734h - (download 4k)

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* NOTE: This image was scaled up from its original size using an AI model called GFP-GAN (Generative Facial Prior), which is a Generative adversartial network that can be used to repair (or upscale in this case) photos, sometimes the results are a little... weird.
* WARNING: The title and caption of this image were generated by an AI LLM (gpt-3.5-turbo-0301 from OpenAI) based on a BLIP-2 image-to-text labeling, tags, location, people and album metadata from the image and are potentially inaccurate, often hilariously so. If you'd like me to adjust anything, just reach out.