First VR developer integrates with OpenAI setting stage for no-code VR development

Virtual reality (VR) developer Victoria VR has announced its integration with artificial intelligence (AI) giant OpenAI, the creator of the popular generative AI tool ChatGPT.

The new implementation will enable users to experience the first AI integration through Victoria VR’s AI builder platform, which allows the development of virtual reality experiences through AI algorithms, according to Adam Bém, CEO and co-founder of Victoria VR, who told Cointelegraph:

“For end users, this means unprecedented access to AI-driven capabilities in virtual reality, enhancing their development process and creativity. Over time, this will lead to more sophisticated and immersive virtual experiences…”

Victoria VR’s AI builder enables users to design their own 3D virtual reality experiences, games, and applications without requiring programming knowledge. The OpenAI integration will enable a variety of new content-building, from in-game items and virtual accessories to metaverse platforms.

Players will be able to create these experiences using ChatGPT’s AI prompts. User-created content on Victoria VR is minted as non-fungible tokens (NFTs), making content tradable.

While AI and VR are currently some of the most trending technologies, they both have significant limitations. Despite VR experiences being in their infancy, hardware is very expensive, with Meta’s recent Quest 3 selling the basic 128 GB edition for $499 and the 512 GB edition for $649.

As for AI systems, “hallucinations” are the most pressing concern. AI hallucinations are unintended results of training large language models that occur when AI models output new, usually incorrect, information that isn’t contained in its data set.

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Victoria VR will also plan to integrate other AI technologies, such as DALL-E, Midjourney, and Stable Diffusion. Victoria VR is currently available on the Apple Vision Pro, and Oculus Quest 3.

The platform leverages Unreal Engine 5, one of the most popular gaming engines with over 7.5 million active developers.

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AI set to drive VR development in the next five years

With the current pace of advancements, AI will be the primary driver of virtual reality development in the next five years, according to Bém, who told Cointelegraph:

“Currently, AI enables the creation of sophisticated texts, codes, and images, and is on the verge of transforming video production and 3D object creation. With the pace at which AI technology is advancing, it’s anticipated that in the next five years, AI will primarily drive the development of virtual realities, relegating traditional roles like VR developers, 3D modelers, and coders to the background.”

AI is already creating new possibilities for gaming, including AI-generated infinite narratives, and more interactive non-player characters (NPCs) with more realistic responses.

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