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Today, in my ommik.com development update, I want to show you four pictures. These images are not worth your likes, but they are a massive milestone for Ommik.
These images are not worth your likes
Here are the pictures.
Yes, they are ugly. Yes, they are weird. Yes, they are not visually appealing. And yes, they don’t deserve your time and likes. But why are they so important to us? Well, because they are the very first 4 pictures generated by Ommik.
Why are these pictures so bad?
That’s easy to explain. To generate AI images, we use human languages to tell (=prompt) AI what we want to generate, what we want to see in the photo. Then, AI “translates” the prompt into the language computers could understand and, using this new machine learning technology, generates a photo against the model it was trained in.
Now, the model is super important. The model is basically the big knowledge that AI has. The newer and more powerful model – the better results. The pictures that Ommik generated were using a currently available model of DALL-E (version 2). The newest, improved version of the model (DALL-E 3) is going to be released for public use in a few weeks.
For these photos the prompt was the following:
A cozy Scandinavian style living room with a sofa, a coffee table, a bookcase, a floor lamp, a rug, and plants. Ray tracing and caustics. Behind the big windows you can see the lights of night downtown. The room is full of warm lights, textile, and wooden surfaces. Generate a photorealistic image of a home office workstation in this room next to the windows. The workstation should include a desk, a chair, a computer, a lamp, a bookcase, and a plant. The workstation should be lit by a desk lamp and a computer. The room should be lit by the floor lamp and the lights of the mood.
As soon as the new DALL-E 3 is released, I am going to use the exact same prompt and we will be able to compare.
Meanwhile, I want this day to be remembered as the day we generated very first images.