Ready Player Me launches testing of generative AI avatar creator via DALL-E.
About Ready Player Me
Ready Player Me is a 3D avatar platform that creates an avatar from a selfie. It’s great for developing a digital identity you can use in the metaverse, and these avatars are easily integrated with different games and metaverse worlds. Founded in 2014 by Timmu Tõke and Kaspar Tiri, Ready Player Me is currently being used by more than 2,500 companies, including Huawei and Wargaming, across diverse industries. It has also been featured in more than 6,700 apps and games.
DALL-E is a generative AI or trained neural language that is capable of generating different images from text. This type of AI will take the limits off the kinds of 3D content we can create in the metaverse. It is powered by Open AI, the same platform behind the popular AI chatbot – ChatGPT.
Ready Player Me x DALL-E
The AI avatar creator is an exciting feature that allows players to create their avatar outfits with DALL-E, a generative AI. It will be executed in Ready Player Me’s lab and will allow players to unleash their inner genius.
Speaking on the new feature, Timmu Tõke, the co-founder of Ready Play Me stated:
“We’re just launching RPM Labs, which is like the experimental part of the product where we try all kinds of new features, and this is the first version of that.”
In this beta version, players can type in unique text prompts or details describing how they would love their outfit to look like and the DALL-E generative AI platform will bring it to life.