A London based artist named Matt DesLauriers has developed a tool to generate color palettes from any text prompt, allowing someone to type in beautiful sunset and get a series of colors that matches a typical sunset scene, for example. Or you could get more abstract, finding colors that match a sad and rainy Tuesday. To achieve the effect, DesLauriers uses Stable Diffusion , an open source image synthesis model, to generate an image that matches the text prompt. Next, a JavaScript GIF encoder...

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