Last week, Adobe demoed its project Gingerbread. It gives people the ability to generate images through text, but also to drag and drop elements in a 3D modeled scene to reposition them.
As described in AI News, “Adobe’s Project Gingerbread [is] a groundbreaking AI tool that revolutionizes image generation with user-created 3D scene presets, interactive text prompts, custom 3D object support, integration into Adobe’s Creative Suite, and empowerment for creators, offering unparalleled control and precision in AI-assisted design.”
What’s the big deal?
The big deal is that it can frustrating sometimes to figure out how to position elements using Midjourney or other text-to-image generators. Adobe’s Gingerbread looks like a game-changer, by seamlessly integrating drag and drop capabilities into the Gingerbread platform.
Gingerbread is not yet available. But the capabilities it will offer look amazing already.