When you read any fiction or non-fiction books, you often use your imagination to visualize scenes described in it. Most of us do it. It’s easy to imagine what you think but making it real is not as easy if you are not an artist or graphic designer. However, if you still want to visualize your imagination without the help of a graphic designer, WordsEye is the right app for you.
WordsEye is a web and mobile app that lets you describe a scene using natural language text, and then turn that text into a 3D image. The app is featured in Product Hunt this week. According to its creators, the idea behind this app that to help people make anything they imagine though they are not well equipped as the 3D artists. It uses natural language processing that opens possibilities to the non-artists to create 3D images. You’ll just have to describe what you want to see. You don’t need any software or plug-ins to run this application.
So, make any serious image for projects and educational purpose, or use it as a fun tool to share the image with your friends via Facebook, Twitter etc.
“Enabling a new form of creative expression is our primary thrust, but we see strong applications in education, mobile messaging, VR, and gaming,” says Gary Zamchicks, CEO of WordsEye.
Its cutting edge technology works by tagging the speech and analyzing the factors of the words used. Then it parses the text input into a semantic representation which is then executed as a 3D scene. To do so, WordsEye needs a large database of linguistic and world knowledge about objects. So, the users are also allowed to upload their own suggestions.
You can save everything you created using WordsEye to the app gallery and share it if you want. The app will soon be released on iOS and Android, but the creators haven’t disclosed anything about when it’s going to be released. However, you can use the closed beta version in their website and play around with it.