Meta’s AI art is all the rage right now. People are currently obsessed with AI-generated photos and use Craiyon (formerly known as DALL-E mini) to make absurd memes. With its own picture generator that focuses more on producing aesthetic works, Meta is now entering the fray.
The AI tool, Make-A-Scene, creates a 2,048 x 2,048-pixel image using a combination of text instructions and sketch outlines. In a video where the business commissions many artists to produce an artwork, Meta demonstrates the tool.
One artist, Alexander Reben, uploaded a simple design of an oval above a square into the system. He asked Make-A-Scene to generate a high-definition image of a hot dog flying in the sky. It turned out that Make-A-Scene produced a precise image of a hot dog floating above a body of water. Extremely detailed sketches are not necessary. Giving the AI a general sense of the intended appearance of the finished image is the goal.
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Because written suggestions alone don’t do a good job of portraying an artist’s intent, Meta says, sketches are as a component of the image production process. The corporation used the request to have the program generate an image of a zebra riding a bicycle as an example. The zebra in the image might be overly huge or facing the wrong way if there was only a text prompt. Make-A-Scene has a structure to follow thanks to sketches.
Instead of using the text prompt, Make-A-Scene images are more accurate to the sketch’s outline. Developer evaluations and tests revealed that the images were 99.54 percent of the time “better aligned” to the plan. 66.3 percent of the time, the tool considered the text prompt.
If and when Make-A-Scene will be accessible to the general public are both unknown. The word “meta” refers to a tool that can assist an art director with a marketing campaign or individuals with their own creative activities. Also unknown is the functionality of the sketches.
Will users be able to upload custom outlines to the image generator, or will developers supply them? When Meta answers to our request for further details about the sketches, we’ll update this post.
The European Conference on Computer Vision, which is being hosted in Tel Aviv, Israel, this year, will feature a presentation from Meta for Make-A-Scene, according to Meta. The celebration begins on October 23 and lasts till the 27th.