Microsoft’s Creative Mode with Bing.com/Create is a new tool that allows users to generate images from text descriptions using the power of OpenAI’s DALL-E model. This is a powerful new tool that has the potential to revolutionize the way we create and consume images.
How it works
To use Creative Mode, simply visit Bing.com/Create and enter a text description of the image you want to generate. DALL-E will then generate a set of images based on your description. You can then choose from the generated images or try generating again with a different description.
What can you create?
With Creative Mode, you can create a wide range of images, from realistic to abstract. You can generate images of real-world objects, scenes, and people, or you can create more fantastical images that defy the laws of physics.
Here are a few examples of images that I generated using Creative Mode:
- A cat sitting on a cloud
- A flying car in a cyberpunk city
- A rainbow made of ice cream
- A painting of a dream
How good are the images?
The quality of the generated images varies depending on the complexity of the description. For simple descriptions, DALL-E can generate very realistic images. For more complex descriptions, the images may be less realistic, but they can still be very creative and interesting.
Overall, I am very impressed with Microsoft’s Creative Mode. It is a powerful new tool that has the potential to be used for a variety of purposes, from creative expression to education to marketing. I am excited to see how people use this tool to create new and innovative images.
I think Creative Mode is a game-changer for image generation. It is now possible for anyone to create high-quality images, even if they have no artistic skills. This could have a major impact on the way we create and consume images.
For example, Creative Mode could be used by businesses to create more engaging marketing materials. It could also be used by educators to create more interactive and immersive learning experiences. And it could be used by artists to create new and innovative works of art.
I am excited to see how Creative Mode is used in the future. I believe that it has the potential to revolutionize the way we interact with images.