Some genius has illustrated a whole ‘Harry Potter bot’ predictive text chapter


An artist has responded to the recent automated Harry Potter text by illustrating an entire chapter. See some of the best drawings below.

Earlier this week, Harry Potter and the Portrait of What Looked Like a Large Pile of Ash was unveiled. The text was produced by Botnik, which, according to the company’s website, is “a community of writers, artists and developers collaborating with machines to create strange new things.”

Among the lines that most amused fans were bizarre entries including “the castle grounds snarled with a wave of magically magnified wind,” and “‘the password was BEEF WOMEN,’ Hermione cried.”

Now, artist Megan Nicole Dong (@sketchshark) has taken to Twitter to share visual interpretations of the some of the more surreal scenes from the tome.

Meanwhile, the creators of ‘Pokemon Go’ are set to release a new Harry Potter game in 2018.

Now, the creators behind the augmented-reality app have turned their hands to one of the most successful franchises of all time, to bring elements of Harry Potter’s magical universe into our Muggle realm.

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite will be available to smartphone users in 2018 through Niantic Labs. An official release date however is yet to be announced.

Interactive is co-developing the app with Portkey Games – with the site suggesting it has taken inspiration from the game Ingress, which allows users to explore fictional environments.