McDonald's Commercial Made Using NeRF & Luma AI

Karen X. Cheng presented her first NeRF-powered TV commercial.

Digital artist Karen X. Cheng has presented a McDonald's commercial created using NeRF, a tech that can turn several 2D images into a 3D scene, and Luma AI.

In the video made to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, Karen transforms from her younger version into her now. As NeRF uses 2D shots, the actors had to stay still to avoid blurriness.

If you're into generative art, you've probably heard of Karen X. Cheng. She is the artist behind the famous DALL-E 2-made Cosmopolitan cover and the video where the program smoothly changes clothes.

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  • Dubois Peter

    To me it doesn’t look like good quality. It’s mainly featuring AI software, steeling the jobs of talented artists.


    Dubois Peter

    ·a month ago·

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