A group of blockchain and machine learning professionals has got together to design the next generation and implementation of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in the wake of their widespread adoption across many industries.
You could create portraits for your avatar in several art styles with Orama, such as this one by Makoto Shinkai. The new initiative, dubbed Orama, combines artificial intelligence (AI) and NFTs to take digital art to the next level — the metaverse. Orama users will be able to use AI-assisted custom NFT, cross-chain integration, secondary ecosystem, portability, and more, according to the information given to CoinQuora. Apart from acquiring NFTs, its native token Orama (ORM) can access a variety of services.
Orama bills itself as the “future of NFT,” a platform that creates unique, interesting, and high-quality artworks coined as NFT. Orama’s cutting-edge AI technologies, GAN (Generative Adversarial Network) and CAN (Cognitive Adversarial Network), intend to change the NFT business (Creative Adversarial Network).
Orama also allows users to explore some of its other features, such as Orama Studios, Orama Bazaar, Orama Nexus, and Dream Lab, among others. In addition, the team debuted its Orama Canvas feature, which allows users to produce a wide range of artwork and content in a user-friendly and quick manner with no limitations.
Orama is being built to provide a digital environment suitable to the metaverse concept’s further development. Starting with NFTs, the team hopes to use the platform to introduce people to the metaverse concept.
The team has created a large built-in reference library to construct art collections that are then minted as NFTs. The best part is that ownerships can be freely sold and licensed on the engine’s chain or through cross-chain transactions.
The company told that they built an internal prototype in the previous 12 months after showing its viability through multiple testing and concept development. Furthermore, following a successful first year, Orama is now planning a token sale, engine development, MVP deployment, debit/credit card compatibility, and much more.