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Web3 metaverse platform Oncyber has unveiled its AI-powered tool that allows users to customize their virtual environments via text commands.
Called Magic Composer, the new tool is powered by OpenAI's GPT-3.5 model and uses text prompts to implement real-time edits on Ocyber's metaverse platforms, where artists often showcase their digital assets or NFTs.
Oncyber is a multiverse for creators that allows them to showcase their NFTs in fully immersive 3D experiences. Oncyber supports access to NFTs from different wallets and chains such as Ethereum (ETH), Solana (SOL), Polygon (MATIC), etc.
A teaser video shows that with a line of text placed in Magic Composer, Oncyber can automatically change the appearance and color of the sky, place an artist's NFT works from their connected crypto wallet, customize the appearance and size of text frames, photos in the world, and more.
In a recent interview, Oncyber founder and CEO Rayan Boutaleb said that this is only the first version of the tool. Boutaleb claimed that future iterations of the tool will give artists additional power to turn their dreams into a 3D canvas. He said:
“In the next iteration, what we want is for people to transpose whatever hallucinations or dreams they have onto a 3D canvas, and directly see the result of what they could imagine and change things. It is a first step towards a very big end result. from which we are not so far.
Boutaleb said that he embraced artificial intelligence technologies to find another way to help users unleash their creativity on the platform. There is a mismatch between the power of Ocyber's game engine and the visual user interface, he added.
Stronger AI features are also in the offing. Boutaleb said that over time he hopes to add more complex generative features, such as the ability to generate custom or modified 3D architecture just by writing a request. Over time, Ocyber's goal is to have "fewer and fewer borders/limits" for users, he added.
In a recent tweet, Oncyber asked interested users to join the waiting list for a beta experience and begin testing the product starting Monday, March 20. However, Boutaleb said it won't be long before Magic Composer reaches public users.
Crypto projects incorporate AI to improve user experience
In addition to Oncyber, several other crypto projects and Web3 have integrated artificial intelligence technologies into their services and products with the aim of improving the user experience.
As reported, Kaito, an AI-powered web3-focused search engine, raised €5,3 million in a fundraising round earlier this year in a bid to increase the size of the team and speed up the development of products.
Likewise, the American exchange PayBito has announced its intention to integrate ChatGPT to improve its market analysis, fully identify its future trends and further open up new business opportunities.
“The ChatGPT integration will add value and improve the user experience. The AI-powered tool will enable merchants to make informed decisions with accurate information,” said Raj Chowdhury, CEO at the time of PayBito.