Mona Sets to Give Creators Access to Metaverse Designs
Miami-based 3D metaverse and Web3 platform Mona launches AI-enabled material creator for creative and personalized metaverse design.
Mona, a metaverse development platform, has launched an AI-powered 3D generator for material design. The generator permits designers and creators to create customized materials for their personal digital spaces. Although Mona AI Material Generator is like DALL-E, an AI image and design generator, it focuses on seamless and realistic texture. According to Mona, there are over 4500 designers actively working on the platform and using the tool.
In an interview with Justin Melillo, the CEO and co-founder of Mona, he stated that the number of creators and metaverse developers gaining access to AI is increasing exponentially. The removal of entrance barriers on tools like DALL-E and Mona’s 3D material designers has sparked interest in AI. Mona aims to make these tools more accessible to more creators next year.
Many AI skeptics fear that automated systems are replacing human creativity. Melillo claims that design and AI-assisted tools make building more accessible in the digital world.
“Overall, AI should be seen as a tool for artists to help amplify their work, not replace it. There is no substitution for human creativity.” Melillo stated
The role of AI in Web3 development
Artificial Intelligence has become a pivotal part of the Web3 sphere. Recently, AI implementation has occurred frequently outside cosmetic design. For instance, metaverse design uses AI to create unique playable scenarios and solve underpopulation issues.
Finally, the MonaAI Material Generator is an AI-powered mechanism that helps to achieve high-quality uniqueness in the digital world. The AI tool will help extend the adoption of Web3. Melillo strongly believes AI will be a crucial tool that would speed up the advancement of Web3 and the metaverse.