OpenAI’s GPT Is Helping To Convert Text To Custom Metaverse Worlds – Decrypt
Artificial intelligence has been dominating tech headlines lately, thanks to OpenAI’s advancing GPT model and competitors, and such models can generate text and media with alarming speed and accuracy. They could revolutionize many industries and experiences – and one Web3 Metaverse app has already found a way to harness the technology.
Oncyber, a 3D world-building platform that supports a wide range of NFTs and is used by Web3 creators and communities, found out this week It has developed an AI-powered tool called Magic Composer that lets users customize their environment through text commands.
It’s like using ChatGPT—and it runs on OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 model (not the brand new GPT-4)—but with well-curated information from the web, a poem or book report, or even instead of returning that functional blockchain codeOnCyber uses text prompts to apply real-time tweaks to its world.
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Here’s a glimpse of where your creativity can flow from your mind in Web3D.
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With just entering a line of text into Magic Composer, OnCyber can automatically change the look and color of a sky, drop an artist’s NFT works from your connected crypto wallet, change the look and size of a picture frame in the world Can customize, and much more. And this is the first version of the tool, explained Ryan Boutleub, founder and CEO of OnCyber. decrypt,
“In the next iteration, we want people to paint any hallucination or dream they have on a 3D canvas, and directly see the result of what they can visualize and change things,” he said. “This is the first step towards a much bigger end result, from which we are not far away.”
Screenshot of OnCyber’s AI tools in its revamped 3D studio. Image: oncyber
The adoption of AI tooling wasn’t about chasing the latest buzzy tech trend, but rather finding another way for the platform to help users unlock their creativity. Boutleb explained that there’s a disconnect between the power of OnCyber’s game-like engine and visual user interface.
Magic Composer provides users with a way to get what they want with relative ease. And as OnCyber layers in additional world-building features in the coming months and provides ways for creators to develop rich environments, AI tools will cut through some of the complexity and create new ways to personalize online 3D spaces. Will ensure accessible methods.
Oncyber plans to roll out the AI tool to a select group of testers starting Monday, March 20, but Boutaleb said it won’t be long before it reaches public users — perhaps a few days later.
More robust AI functionality is also on the horizon. Boutaleb said that over time, he hopes to add more complex generative features, such as the ability to generate bespoke or modified 3D architecture just by typing a request. He added that over time, OnCyber aims to have “fewer and fewer limits/boundaries” for users.
Launched in 2021, OnCyber calls itself a metaverse platform, and shares similarities with web3 metaverse gaming platforms such as Decentraland and The Sandbox that let users customize their own online spaces.
But unlike those platforms, Onciber does not sell the NFT land plots that are needed to build within those worlds, defying groundswell of “FOMO” and speculation linked to land shortages. OnCiber does sell NFT-based templates, however, working with architects and designers to develop prefab spaces that can be further personalized.
However, there are also free positions and templates, and you don’t need an NFT or crypto wallet to create a position. OnCyber also allows users to bring NFTs owned in Ethereum, Solana, Polygon and other networks. Some NFT collectors use OnCyber to create their own virtual art galleries, while others use the platform to host immersive online community events.
Because Onciber—which raised $6.7 million last year—wasn’t tied to the NFT land hype cycle, which rises and then falls, Boutleub said his team focused on a steady iteration of the platform. Other recent additions include advanced VR support and the ability to port in external video and screen-sharing streams.
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