It has been reported that the tool allows designers and creators on the platform to input words into the AI mechanism to create materials for their personalized digital spaces.
However, the MonaAI Material Generator is similar to the AI image and design generator DALL-E. It focuses specifically on “seamless” and realistic textures to be used in a metaverse setting. Currently, over 4,500 designers are working on the platform and the will have access to the tool.
Justin Melillo, the co-founder and CEO of Mona, said that AI is becoming increasingly more accessible to creators and metaverse developers. Especially with tools like the aforementioned DALL-E and now Mona’s 3D materials designer, more entrance barriers have been removed.
"The goal over the next year is to make these tools even more accessible to more creators."
The report said that AI skeptics always turn to the fear of automated systems replacing human creativity. Melillo said that in the case of design and AI-assisted tools, they make building in the digital world more accessible, particularly for newcomers.
"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."
Likewise, outside of cosmetic design use cases, AI is starting to be implemented in other metaverse design strategies. Such examples include its use to solve underpopulation issues and also to create unique playable scenarios for individual users.
The MonaAI Material Generator is one AI-powered mechanism that enables high-quality uniqueness in the digital world. Regardless of the current quality, Melillo said AI is a tool which will help perpetuate the adoption of Web3.
Thus, he concluded:
"By making tools accessible that make the creation process easier, we can onboard more users to Web3 through the work they create and share via the blockchain."