- A group of blockchain and machine learning experts have come together to launch Orama.
- The Orama platform will enable users to create AI-assisted custom NFT, cross-chain integration, secondary ecosystem, and more.
- Orama is being developed to become the entry point for the metaverse through NFTs.
Amid the overwhelming adoption of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) across multiple sectors, a group of blockchain and machine learning experts have come together to develop the next generation and implementation of NFTs.
With Orama, you could generate portraits for your avatar in different art style, such as this one of Makoto Shinkai. Named Orama, the new project is integrating artificial intelligence (AI) with NFTs to take digital art to the next frontier – the metaverse. According to information sent to CoinQuora, Orama users will be able to take advantage of its AI-assisted custom NFT, cross-chain integration, secondary ecosystem, portability, and more. Its native token Orama (ORM) can be utilized to access various kinds of services apart from purchasing NFTs.
Orama describes itself as the “future of NFT,” a platform that produces artworks minted as NFT which are original, novel, and of high quality. Orama aims to revolutionize the NFT industry with its cutting-edge AI technology: GAN (Generative Adversarial Network), and CAN (Creative Adversarial Network).
In addition, Orama offers users the vast opportunity to explore some of its other features including Orama Studios, Orama Bazaar, Orama Nexus, and Dream Lab. On top of these, the team also introduced its Orama Canvas feature, which helps individuals create varieties of artwork and content in a user-friendly and efficient way with no restrictions.
Orama is being developed to provide a digital environment conducive to the further development of the metaverse concept. The team is aiming to use the platform to onboard people to the metaverse concept, starting with NFTs.
The team also developed an extensive built-in reference library that allows it to create collections of art that are subsequently minted NFTs. The perk of it all is that ownerships may be freely sold and licensed on the engine’s own chain or through cross-chain.
The platform told CoinQuora that in the last 12 months, they have constructed an internal prototype after proving its viability via numerous tests and concept prototyping. Moreover, after a successful one year, Orama is now looking towards token sale, engine development, MVP deployment, debit/credit card support, and a lot more in the future.