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One of the problems of being a keen photographer is that it’s easy to slip into a mode where you treat every photograph as if it were a professional assignment. You can end up carrying around a lot of kit, and then spending a lot of time editing photos.

Even for proper photography, I rarely carry a DSLR these days: my trusty Sony a6300 copes with most things. But when I’m just after a snapshot, I try to keep things simple …

For snaps, I just use my iPhone SE – which lacks four capabilities but is otherwise a perfectly decent camera.

There are, of course, a huge number of iOS apps you could use to do work on iPhone shots, from Instagram through to the iOS version of Lightroom. But again, I try to remember that I’m simply aiming to capture a memory, so try to limit myself to a 10-30 second edit in the on-board Camera app.

But unless I’m uploading immediately to social media, I have a strong preference for working on a Mac rather than an iPhone, even if it’s just a quick edit. And that’s where Photolemur comes in.

Photolemur is a Mac app that uses AI to automatically edit photos – either individually or in batches. Instead of applying the same edits to every photo, or asking you to choose a filter, it analyses the content of each photo and attempts to perform the appropriate edits for each one. It does this with some mix of 12 adjustments:

Color recovery, to boost the saturation of strong colors

Sky enhancement, boosting blues and sharpening cloud patterns

Exposure compensation, boosting shadows and recovering highlights

Smart dehaze, boosting contrast and saturation to cut through fog or pollution

Natural light correction, adjusting color temperatures to match the time of day

Foliage enhancement, boosting greens and fall colors, and sharpening leaves

Noise reduction, to remove the speckles often seen in low-light shots

Tint perfection, adjusting color temperatures to suit the scene

Face retouching, helps clear up blemishes (this feature is a work in progress)

Horizon straightening, similar to the built-in camera function

JPG fix, aims to clear up any artifacts caused by JPEG compression

RAW processing – if you shoot in RAW, Photolemur will process in this format

The app started life with a subscription payment, which I personally dislike, but has now switched to a one-off purchase cost. At $30, the cost really depends on your basis for comparison. If you compare it to standard filter apps, which are usually free or cost just a few dollars, it’s expensive. If you compare it to full-on photo editing apps like Photoshop and Lightroom, it’s cheap.

Which is more appropriate? Let’s take a look at some examples. To make it a realistic test, I chose photos taken on the iPhone, all of which I would categorise as snapshots rather than photos. In other words, none of them took more than a few seconds to compose, and were all taken with the memory in mind rather than trying to create anything particularly artistic. This is what I see as the target market for such an app.

The first one I tried gave good results. Here’s the before:

And the after:

The original is a little underexposed, due to the bright sunlight on the carpet behind. Photolemur has boosted the exposure and upped the saturation to compensate for the backlight, but most notably has increased the contrast quite significantly. This really helps to bring out the texture in the fur. For a fully automatic process, I think this is a great result.

Next, I tried it on a photo of my partner. It’s quite a challenging shot to do anything with as it’s shot directly into the sun and thus has a blown-out background.

Here’s the after:

It’s done a good job of recovering the color in shadow area. Check out the right side of the scarf and the wall to the right, for example. It’s also done as much as could be done with the highlights – look at where the sun filters through the hair, for example, and the blooming has been removed. In Steph’s face, the skin tone has been warmed and teeth whitened. It’s also very subtly narrowed the face, which some women might appreciate but is slightly detrimental here. Finally, it’s boosted contrast to the building being constructed bottom-left – though a downside of this is that the rain-streaks on the window are now more prominent.

Let’s try it with another shot into the light.

Here, the most prominent change made has been an exposure boost, which brings out more of the color in the pink champagne, and also a little more detail in the buildings outside. However, a downside is that the random stranger to the right, previously rather hidden in darkness, is now a more prominent element of the shot. This is a good illustration of the difference between an automatic and manual edit, where you would really want to selectively adjust compensation.

So far, so good. One really good result, one worthwhile improvement and one that gave mixed results but works well for the actual focus of the shot.

However, I found the app didn’t always perform so well. Here’s an example of where it delivered very mixed results. It was taken late in the day, so there was a lovely yellow-ish quality to the light as it headed toward sunset. (You may be detecting a slight theme to these snaps …)

Photolemus has adjusted the white balance to almost completely remove this light.

On the plus side, the contrast boost has brought out the texture in the label, and emphasised the droplets, which works well. But overall, I’d say this is worse than the original.

Finally, here’s an example where there’s no question: Photolemur has significantly degraded the image. First the original (taken at an SF props exhibition in London):

Now, it’s not a great shot – the Darth Vader helmet is rather lost in the darkness. Photolemur has obviously noticed this and boosted the exposure.

But doing so has brought into view lots of distracting elements inside the case, and especially the reflection in the glass. That’s an objectively worst version of the shot.


Photolemur certainly doesn’t replace conventional photo-editing software like Lightroom – but then it’s not trying to. It’s aiming to make quick, automated improvements to snapshots. More often than not it succeeds, but not always. I suspect it does best with the kind of landscape shots you mostly see on the Photolemur website.

I can’t claim to have tested it with enough photos to give any kind of statistical guide to its hit-rate, but it certainly made worthwhile improvements to the majority. Others were more hit-and-miss, while some did more harm than good.

This, then, is the problem with the current state of AI technology when it comes to apps like this: they aren’t yet as intelligent as we’d like them to be.

Could I recommend it? It’s tricky. If $30 is a trivial amount to you, then maybe it’s worth getting so you can suck it and see as you use it. Run your snaps through it and compare before-and-after to see which ones you prefer. It’s my bet that you’ll prefer the after versions most of the time.

But others may take the view that you can buy a lot of iOS apps for $30, and there are a few powerful Mac apps at this price level too. Finally, even if you view the cost as ok, you might say that having to take the time to compare before-and-after shots defeats the point of an app that’s all about automated ease.

The good news is that you can download a free trial with no batch feature and a watermark. Try that, and you can decide for yourself.

Photolemur costs $30 from the Mac App Store, or direct from the developer. You can download a free trial version here. A family license for up to five devices is also available.

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How To Add And Edit Live Title In Clips App On Iphone

To me, “Live Title” is the most interesting feature of Clips—the video editor app. The ability to add text to videos or photos through speech accurately, easily and fast makes this video editing app stand out. [Read: How to Use Clips App on iPhone]

While recording a cool video, if you want to add some funny text or some inspirational quotes, you won’t have to deal with the keyboard to type them. Simply speak what you want to add and let the app turn you spoken words into text instantly. What’s more; you can even change, remove and edit Live Titles. Let’s dive right in to find out it’s done perfectly!

How to Add and Edit Live Titles in Clips App on iPhone

Note: To use “Live Titles,” you need to enable dictation on your iOS chúng tôi do so,

Step #1. Tap on Settings → General.

Step #2. Tap on Keyboard.

Step #3. Scroll down and turn on the switch next to Enable Dictation.

How to Add Live Title to Photos and Videos in Clips on iPhone

Step #1. Open Clips app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Now, you have three options—you can add Live Title to your photo, video or choose a photo from your library.

Note: As of now, there is no option to add Live Title on the existing video from your library. However, you can add Live Title on the existing videos recorded in the Clips.

The process to add it to photos and videos is same.

Step #3. I’m going to add it to video; tap on Video option → Tap on the Live Title button.

Step #4. Next, choose your preferred style.

Currently, there are eight different styles of Live Style:

Bold bar

Bold lower

Three line lower

One word lower

One word center

Bold center

Simple lower


Sep #5. You have the option to switch camera and turn off the sound.

Now, hold to record video. While recording the video, speak the text you want to add to it. You will see your spoken words on the screen.

Step #6. In the end, tap on Done at the bottom right corner.

How to Edit Live Titles in Clips on iPhone

Later, if you want to add something to Live Title or wish to correct the text, you can edit it as desired.

Step #1. Open the Clips app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Next, tap on the clip you wish to edit.

Step #3. Now, you need to tap on the play button at the bottom left corner.

Step #4. When the title starts, tap on the pause button.

Step #5. Next, you have to tap on the text in order to open the editor.

Step #6. Now, you can edit the text. Once you are done, tap on Apply at the top right corner.

How to Change Live Title Styles on Clips

Even after adding a particular Live Title style, you will be able to change it at any time you want.

Step #1. Open Clips app and choose the clip which Live Title you want to change.

Step #2. Now, tap on the Live Title button at the top.

Step #3. Now, select the style you want to add.

How to Remove Live Title Styles from Clips

If you don’t like Live Title style at all, you can easily remove it from your clips.

Step #1. Launch Clips app and tap on the clip which Live Title style you wish to change.

Step #2. Next, tap on the Live Title button at the top.

Step #3. Now, select None.

Wrap Up!

I like Live Title a lot as it makes the process of adding text to your pics and videos super simple. What’s your take on it and is there any feature which you like most in this video editing app? Feel free to share your valuable feedback with us.

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How To Completely Uninstall An App On Mac

Depending on the application and the installation method, you may be able to completely uninstall an application from macOS by simply dragging the .app bundle into the trash. However, that typically leaves behind at least a few preference files. In some cases it can leave behind gigabytes of data.

On macOS, applications generally like to stay inside their .app bundle. Compare this to Windows, where an installer can spew files across the system in dozens of arbitrary locations. Although, this happens with some Mac apps as well, as you’ll see if you try to manually uninstall more complex applications.

If possible, you should always default to using the applications uninstaller, if it has one. Applications with web service components, like Adobe Creative Cloud and Microsoft Office 365, should be removed according to the instructions on the developer’s website. If there is no uninstaller application or uninstall procedure, you can remove the application yourself. It just might take a little while, unless you don’t mind paying a few dollars to have it taken care of for you.

Method One: App Cleaner

The easiest way to completely uninstall a game on the Mac is with App Cleaner. It works by searching for files associated with the app bundle and deleting everything together at the same time. You can download and install App Cleaner for free, but it costs $10 to unlock the core file-deletion functionality. With the free version of App Cleaner, you can search for apps but not uninstall them.

If you’re looking for a free option, there is a free, similarly-named program, AppCleaner, that performs similarly but not identically to the paid App Cleaner.

1. Open App Cleaner.

2. Type the name of the app you want to delete in the search bar at the bottom of the app list.

3. Check the box next to the application to mark it and its associated files for deletion.

4. If you want to completely uninstall more than one app, you can search for another app and check it too. Both will be uninstalled in the last step.

6. Empty the Trash in Finder to remove the files from the disk completely, and you’re done.

Option 2: Manual Uninstall

App Cleaner is useful because not all applications are entirely contained within their app bundles. While some apps can be deleted simply by deleting the .app bundle, not all apps are so well-organized or simplistic.

Many apps, especially powerful apps, can sprawl across your system, depositing files in a variety of “~/Library/” folders. In this way developers have managed to import our least favorite Windows feature: installer vomit.

Possible Library Folder Locations

To completely uninstall an app from macOS manually, you’ll need to look for files associated with the application in the following folders. Within each folder, look for the name of the application and the name of the company that created it. For example, if you were trying to uninstall Word manually, you would look for both Word and Microsoft.


/Library/Application Support







~/Library/Application Support





Additional Locations

You’ll also need to look for any related kernel extensions. Known as “kexts,” kernel extensions are the drivers of the macOS world. A kext extends the communication ability of the kernel, adding new methods of interfacing with the system. You’ll find them installed in “/System/Library/Extensions,” and you’ll need to search thoroughly for anything related to your application. When you’re ready to remove the kexts, you’ll need to use sudo rm.

You may also find files in the “~/Documents/” folder. This is especially true of applications and games that are ported from Windows to macOS. Storing user files in the Documents folder is a standard, and perhaps annoying, behavior on Windows, and that’s easily transferred to macOS.

Other more complex applications can deposit files in less typical locations. If you install a different shell, for example, you’ll find hidden files and folders associated with that shell in your home directory. With Finder foremost, press Command + Shift + . to reveal hidden folders. Delete any associated files or folders from your home directory.


In most cases simply deleting the app bundle is enough to uninstall an app from your Mac. Complete removal is best when the app has large helper files, or you’re attempting to fix some sort of problem by reinstalling the application.

Alexander Fox

Alexander Fox is a tech and science writer based in Philadelphia, PA with one cat, three Macs and more USB cables than he could ever use.

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How To Show Only Unread Emails In The Mail App For Mac

Organizing emails has always been a difficult task for many of us, as the inbox keeps getting cluttered with the emails you receive every day. One way to organize these emails is to manually put them into their appropriate folders or tags so that they are easy to find and manage, but that manual task consumes a great deal of your time.

Many apps and tools have been developed to help you organize your emails so that your inbox does not look cluttered. One of these is the Smart Mailbox feature located in the Mail app on your Mac. The feature lets you create Smart Mailboxes that only contain the emails that pass through the filter criteria set by you.

You can create a Smart Mailbox for only unread emails, and that way you will have all of your unread emails in a separate mailbox and can then work on them from there.

Here’s how to create a Smart Mailbox for your unread emails.

Showing Only Unread Emails in the Mail App

You only need access to the Mail app on your Mac to do the task. You do not need a third-party app.

1. Launch the Mail app.

3. The New Smart Mailbox dialog box should launch for your to enter your filter criteria.

In the name field you can enter a name that fits the smart mailbox. For example, since you are creating a mailbox that will only have unread emails, you can enter the name “Only Unread Emails.”

In the drop-down menu below you need to select the option that says “Message is unread.” What this will do is only add your unread emails to the smart mailbox leaving all other emails aside.

You can now open this mailbox, work through the emails, and after they are read they will be removed from the mailbox. However, they will still appear in your regular inbox.


If you would like for your unread emails to appear separately in the Mail app on your Mac, you can use the Smart Mailbox feature as described above.

Let us know if this helped you organize your emails!

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Mahesh Makvana is a freelance tech writer who’s written thousands of posts about various tech topics on various sites. He specializes in writing about Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android tech posts. He’s been into the field for last eight years and hasn’t spent a single day without tinkering around his devices.

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How To Install And Use Whatsapp App On Mac

If you’re someone who stays online on your Mac more than your phone, you may have used WhatsApp’s web app for sending and receiving messages without picking up your phone. While this functionality has existed for a few years, one downside to that has been that your phone was always required to stay online for you to use WhatsApp on a computer. 

Besides this, some features weren’t available on the Mac app or WhatsApp’s web client which made it all the way less convenient. WhatsApp has now changed this experience with its new native Mac app which lets you use the messaging app without any of these restrictions. 

In this post, we’ll explain to you what’s new about the new WhatsApp app, how you can download it and start using it on a Mac. 

What’s new with WhatsApp on Mac

Although WhatsApp has been available as an app on macOS, this app was more or less a web-wrapped version that would look and feel similar to WhatsApp on the web. Thanks to recent developments, the company has now developed a native version of the messaging app, one that offers all the features that you’d otherwise get on its iOS app without any restrictions.

The main difference between this app and the old version is that you no longer require your phone to be connected to the internet to use WhatsApp on your Mac. The older app relied on your phone’s internet connection to relay the same messages to your Mac. In the new version, you will be able to use it as a standalone app, meaning you can send and receive messages directly from the Mac without needing your iPhone to connect to a network. 

Instead of a two-panel window, the new WhatsApp app for Mac will offer an additional third panel which will be available on the left-most side of the window. This panel should resemble the bottom navigation bar on the iOS version of WhatsApp, offering quick access to chats, calls, archived & starred messages, and app settings. 

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How to install the WhatsApp app on a Mac

The new native app for WhatsApp on Mac is available directly on WhatsApp’s website but the version that’s currently installable is still in beta. This means, you may not be able to use all the features on the app or you may end up facing an issue or two during your usage. 

Before you install the native WhatsApp app on your Mac, you need to make sure that your Mac is running on the latest version of macOS available on it. This is important because the new WhatsApp app can only be installed on macOS Big Sur or newer versions. 

You should now see the WhatsApp Installer window on the screen. To install the downloaded app, drag the WhatsApp app icon to the Applications folder inside the WhatsApp Installer window. 

Related: How to set up and use Split View on Mac

How to sign in to your WhatsApp account on Mac

When you’ve installed WhatsApp on your Mac, you can start using it but before you do that, you first need to log in to your WhatsApp account on the app. To do that, first open the WhatsApp app on your Mac from the Dock, Launchpad, or Spotlight. 

Now, you should see a QR code on the screen. This QR code is what allows your WhatsApp account on your phone to get added to the app on your Mac. 

The next step is to open the WhatsApp app on your Android device or iPhone. 

When the app opens on your phone, tap on the 3-dots icon at the top right corner on Android or tap on the Settings tab at the bottom right corner of your iPhone. 

On Android, when an overflow menu opens on the screen, tap on Linked devices. 

On iOS, select Linked Devices from the Settings screen. 

Inside the Linked Devices screen, tap on Link a Device. 

In the Scan QR code screen that appears, tap on OK. 

You should see your camera viewfinder in a square box. Now, point your phone’s main camera to the code on your Mac so that the WhatsApp app on your phone can capture the code and read it. 

On your Mac, you should see the Customize Notifications window on top of the WhatsApp widow. From here, you can disable notification banners and message previews by unchecking their boxes on the right-hand side or leaving them enabled if you’re okay with it. Once you’ve configured how you want to receive notifications from WhatsApp on your Mac, tap on Done at the top right corner of the Customize Notifications window. 

WhatsApp is now successfully installed on your Mac and you can start using it to send messages. 

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How to use WhatsApp on Mac

Once you’ve installed and logged into your account on WhatsApp, the app should be open on your Mac’s Dock at all times and you can open it from there. 

If you can’t find the WhatsApp app on Dock at the bottom, you can launch it by searching on Spotlight or from the Launchpad screen. 

When you open the new WhatsApp on your Mac, you will see a three-panel window on the screen.

On the left-most panel, you will see different tabs to access your Chats, Calls, Archived (messages), Starred (messages), and Settings. The subsequent panels on the middle and right side will then show you chats by default or the content from the selected tab from the left panel. 

Open chats and send messages

In the New Chat window, scroll through your list of contacts or groups and select the chat or person you want to send a message to. 

When you open a conversation, all the past messages in the conversation should be visible on the right-most panel. When a chat is open on the right panel, you will see all the messages inside it. To view older messages in a selected chat, scroll upwards on this panel.

When the contact’s info screen shows up, you can access the media shared in the conversation, check for starred messages, or search the conversation for keywords. 

You can scroll down on this screen for other actions sharing contact, clearing or exporting the chat, or blocking the contact from messaging you. 

Make calls and view your WhatsApp call log

When you do that, the call should commence and you should see the call screen on top of the WhatsApp window. 

Access your archived messages on WhatsApp 

View messages you starred on WhatsApp 

When you do that, you should see where the message appeared inside the conversation on the right panel. 

How to change WhatsApp Settings on Mac

Modify your WhatsApp profile

Inside WhatsApp’s Settings screen, you can change how your profile looks to others on the app in the same way you would on a phone. You can change your profile picture, name, and the “About” section and update them to something new. 

When you do that, you should see your profile details appear on the right. Inside the Edit Profile panel is where you can make changes to your profile. 

Make changes to your privacy

Regardless of the section you select, you can choose one of the following options to configure your account’s privacy. 

In the Default Message Timer panel that appears, select a duration after which you want messages to get deleted from individual chats.

This will not affect your existing messages and they will continue to stay on your chat history for as long as you want to keep them. 

Change how you receive WhatsApp notifications on Mac

This will open the Notifications panel on the right where you can change how you receive messages and group notifications on your Mac. To enable notifications for all messages in a chat, check the Show Notifications boxes under “Message Notifications” and “Group Notifications”. 

To get notified everyone someone reacts to your messages, check the Reaction Notifications boxes on both sections. 

WhatsApp notifications will appear as a banner by default on a Mac. If you want the notification banner to preview the message you received, you can check the Show Preview box. 

View your network and device storage

The selected items will be deleted from the specific conversation. You can repeat these steps to delete media from other conversations as well. 

On the next panel, you should see the full details of the amount of data consumed and how it was used. 

On the next screen, select your preferred quality from the following options. 

Export, Clear, or Delete all your chats

On the next screen, select a chat you want to export from the list of conversations visible. 

You will see a prompt on the screen asking whether or not you want to save media in addition to your messages. Select your preferred option from this prompt to proceed. 

If you wish to use WhatsApp from scratch, you can choose any of these options inside the Chats panel – Archive All Chats, Clear All Chats, or Delete All Chats. 

How to log out of your WhatsApp account on Mac

When you no longer want to use the WhatsApp account on your Mac, you can log out from it to unlink your account on the Mac. There are two ways to log out of WhatsApp on a Mac – from the Mac or the connected phone. 

Log out from the Mac

Log out from your phone 

You can also log out of your WhatsApp account on the Mac by unlinking it from your WhatsApp account on your phone. For this, open the WhatsApp app on iOS or Android. 

Inside WhatsApp, tap on the 3-dots icon at the top right corner on Android or tap on the Settings tab at the bottom right corner of your iPhone. 

On Android, when an overflow menu opens on the screen, tap on Linked devices. On iOS, select Linked Devices from the Settings screen. 

Inside the Linked Devices screen, tap on macOS. 

In the Device Status screen that appears, tap on Log Out. 

You will now be logged out of your WhatsApp account on the Mac. 

Can you use the WhatsApp Mac app without your phone? 

Yes. The new native app for WhatsApp on Mac is designed to run by itself without connecting your phone to any network.

Before this, the older WhatsApp app, just like the web version, relied on your phone’s internet connectivity to show you the same messages on the Mac. If your phone got disconnected, the app would then cease to show newer messages or stop you from sending new messages from the Mac. 

With the new WhatsApp app, you can now send and receive messages from within your Mac without needing your phone to stay online. You can even make audio and video calls to someone or receive them directly on the Mac without your phone. 

For how long can you use the WhatsApp Mac app without a phone?

You can use the native WhatsApp app on your Mac without your phone as soon as you link your account to the Mac client. WhatsApp allows you to use the Mac client as a standalone app for up to 14 days. This means, your linked devices (including your Mac) will be logged out if your phone hasn’t been online for over 14 days. If you occasionally connect your phone to the internet, you can continue using the WhatsApp on Mac app without your phone for an indefinite period, provided that your phone stays online at least once in two weeks. 

That’s all you need to know about downloading and installing WhatsApp on a Mac. Develops Generative Ai That Converts Text To 3D Models is a company that has been making waves in the e-commerce industry with its AI-powered 3D modeling solutions. The company has recently launched breakthrough generative AI technology that enables the creation of high-quality 3D models quickly and efficiently. The new technology is capable of generating 3D materials from text prompts and CAD files or images. This key development will make Nextech the dominant 3D model supplier for the e-commerce industry.

Nextech’s Investment in Generative AI

Also Read: We’re in the AOL Phase of Artificial Intelligence, Says Tech CEO as Industry Raves About AI

Leading the AI Market

With breakthrough AI technology being continuously developed and refined, Nextech is becoming the global go-to 3D model supplier for e-commerce. There is a huge demand for 3D models, with an estimated 300 million needing to be made and only < 1% having been made so far. Since 2023, AI technology has been on the company’s radar, but investment really accelerated in 2023 when over $10 million was invested in AI research and development.

One area where Nextech has achieved a major generative AI breakthrough is in 3D model texture creation. The company is using its newly developed AI to power its diversified 3D/AR businesses, which include,, and

Latest Innovation: Image & Text-to-3D Material Pipeline

In the Text-to-3D Material Pipeline, users can input a text prompt into the AI generator, and the system creates multiple image variations of that prompt. The generated images are then layered with texture maps to create a 3D material. The end result is a series of seamless materials that can be draped over a 3D object. This allows users to assess the results and swap between different variations quickly until they find the perfect one. Moreover, users can add descriptive words to their original text prompt to further tweak the texture to their desired state. This feature offers users a high degree of customization, allowing them to create unique textures tailored to their needs.

Another powerful tool in Nextech’s arsenal is the Image to 3D Material Pipeline. Users can crop a patch from a reference product photo and generate a new high-quality 3D material. This method is powerful for recreating something from an image exactly as it exists in the real world. The input of the cropped patch can be low resolution, as the generative AI process will create a new replica of the material in 4k quality. The AI will take an educated guess about what the finish of the material is based on the input patch. However, users also have the power to edit the image by further providing descriptive words to the AI generator.

Also Read: Turn Rough Sketches & Doodles Into Beautiful Paintings Using AI

Ticking All the Right Boxes

The benefits of using Nextech’s generative AI technology for 3D modeling in e-commerce are clear. It allows for faster creation of high-quality 3D models, reducing the time and cost associated with traditional 3D modeling techniques. This technology enables e-commerce companies to showcase their products in a more immersive way, allowing customers to view products from all angles before making a purchase. This reduces the number of returns, as customers have a better idea of what they are buying.

Nextech’s generative AI technology is also beneficial for sustainability. Traditional 3D modeling techniques require the making of physical prototypes, which can be costly and environmentally unfriendly. In contrast, chúng tôi produces 3D models using generative AI technology. This eliminates the need for physical prototypes, reduces waste, and helps to promote sustainable practices.

Our Say is leading the charge in the e-commerce industry with its breakthrough generative AI technology for 3D modeling. With its newly developed AI, the company is becoming the go-to supplier for e-commerce 3D models, providing high-quality and customizable solutions to retailers such as Amazon, P&G, and Kohls’s. With the worth of the 3D model market estimated at $100 billion in 10 years, Nextech is well-positioned to capitalize on most of it. Moreover, its technology has the power to transform the way we view and interact with products online.


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