Both the top and bottom image were created using the same text prompt, but the progress made in just one year is remarkable. The top image is an example of AI art from last year, while the bottom image was produced using similar AI techniques but just recently. Looking at the two images side by side, it's clear to see the rapid improvement made in AI art technology over the past year. The bottom image displays a much higher level of detail and complexity compared to the top image, showcasing how quickly AI technology is advancing. With more sophisticated algorithms and software being developed, we can expect to see even more impressive results in the future as AI continues to evolve and become more advanced.
Meanwhile, the Unreal Engine 5 is revolutionizing the world of gaming with its new technology that allows for almost photo-realistic graphics to run on current computers. One game in particular, Unrecord, has caught the attention of gamers everywhere due to its incredibly realistic visuals. Despite some initial scepticism, it has been confirmed that Unrecord is indeed a real game, and one of the most realistic-looking games to date. The game has come a long way since its 2022 concept version, with significant updates and improvements seen in the latest trailer (Shown below). The advancements in computer graphics technology are truly impressive, and the future of gaming looks to be even more immersive and realistic.
Virtual Reality (VR) has opened up exciting new possibilities for artistic expression, particularly in the realm of painting and creating art in a 3D space. With VR technology, artists can immerse themselves in a digital world and use tools to create art that they can view from any angle. VR art allows artists to create in three dimensions, giving them greater control and freedom to experiment with different styles and techniques. They can even create art that interacts with the viewer or responds to their movements. VR painting is also more accessible, as it eliminates the need for costly art supplies and studio space. As VR technology continues to advance, we can expect to see even more creative and innovative uses for it in the world of art.