Table of Contents: Atlas: $6M Funding Fuels Acceleration of 3D Generative AI for Virtual Worldbuilding
- Atlas, an AI platform, launches today after two years in stealth mode
- The platform’s funding consists of two rounds, led by Man Ventures and CollabCurr
- Atlas allows developers to generate highly detailed models using traditional methods
- The Vienna-based startup was founded by Ben James, a self-taught coder with a background in architecture
- Atlas aims to streamline the workflow for design and creator partners through its tech stack
- The platform is expected to target small indie developers and offer a self-service AI creator platform
Atlas, an AI platform, launches today after two years in stealth mode
The AI platform, Atlas, has finally been launched after two years of stealth mode operation. The platform, which has received significant funding from investors, aims to revolutionize the way virtual worlds are created. With its proprietary software, developed by an experienced team of experts, game creators can now generate detailed virtual worlds in a fraction of the time it would take using traditional methods.
The platform has been designed in a way that connects machine vision to learning algorithms to bring imagery to life. What makes Atlas unique is its compliance with the European Union’s ethical guidelines for trustworthy artificial intelligence, ensuring that it operates responsibly and transparently. One of the key goals of Atlas is to democratize the creation of virtual worlds by making it accessible to smaller, independent game developers. By providing a tech stack that streamlines the workflow and assists designers, Atlas has seen a significant increase in speed for partnered projects.
The platform is expected to open alpha testing for the public in the coming months and will primarily target small, independent developers. In the future, Atlas hopes to tap into and support the next generation of content creators, helping them bring their visions to life with ease.
The platform’s funding consists of two rounds, led by Man Ventures and CollabCurr
The platform received $5 million in seed funding in two rounds, led by Man Ventures and CollabCurr, respectively. The funding will be used to accelerate the expansion of the platform and its suite of tools and services, as well as to build out a self-serve AI creator platform..
Atlas allows developers to generate highly detailed models using traditional methods
The article introduces a new AI platform called Atlas, which allows developers to generate highly detailed models using traditional methods. It also mentions that the startup behind Atlas, Vienna-based startup, was founded a year ago by two self-taught coders with a background in architecture.
The startup has received a research grant from the European Union and is building its technology in accordance with the union’s ethics guidelines for trustworthy artificial intelligence. In addition, the startup aims to create a tech stack that will streamline the workflow for designers and game creators.
The article also mentions that the startup has seen increased speed in their current partnerships and plans to begin an alpha test of their public platform in the coming months. The platform will be targeted at small indie game developers and will allow anyone to upload reference images to indicate a specific game style or aesthetic to get back a fine-tuned AI model that allows generation within that style. In terms of business model, the startup plans to go with a standard license model.
The article concludes by saying that the startup hopes to tap into the next-gen content creators to help bring their visions to life.
The Vienna-based startup was founded by Ben James, a self-taught coder with a background in architecture
In 2018, Ben James founded the Vienna-based startup atlas. Ben is a self-taught coder with a background in architecture. In an interview with TechCrunch, James said that he was interested in the intersection of design and technology. James played around with connecting machine vision learning algorithms to images to bring worlds to life.
Early in 2022, the company received a research grant from the European Union’s High-Level Expert Group on AI. The company also built its technology in accordance with the union’s ethics guidelines for trustworthy artificial intelligence.
The startup aims to create a tech stack that will serve collaborative design partners and streamline workflows for design creators. Past projects with partners have seen an increase in speed, with current partners including Shrapnel, Square Enix, and other companies.
James believes that atlas’ technology could help smaller indie game developers create worlds for games that would be impossible to create otherwise, saying “We’ve worked with really high-profile game developers to help build these large virtual worlds. We see a tremendous need for this type of technology to help smaller indie game developers create the worlds for games that they just wouldn’t be able to otherwise.”
Atlas aims to streamline the workflow for design and creator partners through its tech stack
One of the key challenges in game development is the creation of virtual worlds. This can be a time-consuming and expensive process, especially for small or independent game developers. AI-powered generative design tools offer a potential solution to this problem by automating the generation of game content, such as 3D models, textures, and animations. However, these tools can be complex to use and require specialized knowledge in AI, machine learning, and computer graphics.
Atlas is a new AI platform that aims to make generative design tools more accessible to game developers. The platform provides a user-friendly interface and a variety of pre-trained models that can be used to generate content in a variety of styles. The company behind Atlas, Vienna-based Generative AI, recently raised €2 million in seed funding to further develop the platform.
The company plans to use the funding to expand its team and develop the platform’s features. The company also plans to launch a public beta of the platform in the coming months.
The platform is expected to target small indie developers and offer a self-service AI creator platform
The platform is expected to target small indie developers and offer a self-service AI creator platform. It has received $3 million in seed funding from two funding rounds. The first round was led by Man Ventures Group, the second round was led by CollabCurrency. The platform will allow game developers to create virtual worlds in a fraction of the time it would take using traditional methods. The platform allows developers to generate detailed models by referencing images and text. The Vienna-based startup was founded in early 2022 by Ben James, a self-taught coder with a background in architecture. James told TechCrunch in an interview “I’m a self-taught coder so I thought I would maybe be interested in ways to look at architecture, GUI, machine vision — drawing things like floor plans, sections, elevations. Inherently embedded in three dimensions, informing lines, weights, annotations, etc. So I started to play around with Atlas as a way to connect machine vision, learning, and informative imagery to bring worlds to life”.
James went on to say that the company hopes to tap into the next generation of content creators. “We’re building a tech stack that adds technology that we think is really exciting to tap into next generation content creators,” James said. “An individual person who doesn’t have modeling experience, doesn’t have coding experience, amazing vision for virtual worlds, experiences that would enable them to create things they wouldn’t require knowing how to code or model using these experiences, whether text-based or image-based, that create a massive amount of interest and diverse content,” James said. “We believe Atlas is building the right tech stack to facilitate instances to open up a lot of new possibilities.”