Ice Predictions

An at­tempt to vi­su­ally pre­dict the melt­ing of ice us­ing ma­chine learn­ing tech­niques.

After spend­ing sev­eral weeks col­lect­ing a dataset of melt­ing ice blocks, I was able to train a vari­ant of the pix2pix model to gen­er­ate a pre­dic­tion of what a given block of ice would look like an hour into the fu­ture.

The work was shown as a day-long in­stal­la­tion (using a live cam­era pointed at a block of ice in the ex­hi­bi­tion space) at Visual Forensics, a group show held at the London Canal Museum in April 2019.

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