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Luma AI Genie Integrates with Bezi AI

Michael Rubloff

Michael Rubloff

Mar 28, 2024

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In an exciting development for the 3D design community, Luma AI, which has gone on a generative talent acquisition spree, has unveiled the first public integration of its Genie AI product with Bezi, a leading 3D design collaboration platform that empowers creative teams.

This collaboration marks a milestone in streamlining the creative process for Bezi users, offering an strong level of efficiency and collaboration in 3D model generation. Genie is Luma's generative AI product, which allows users to prompt 3D models using text.

Julian Park, the Co-Founder and CEO of Bezi, showcased the integration's capabilities to revolutionize 3D creation. This groundbreaking feature enables teams to collaborate live within the same 3D space, allowing for immediate feedback, notes, and joint design efforts, thus enhancing the creative synergy among team members.

Moreover, the integration facilitates real-time collaboration on a 3D canvas. With a simple text prompt, users can generate four iterations of 3D models within seconds, which can then be easily imported into the Bezi editor through a straightforward drag-and-drop mechanism.

Cecilia Uhr, Bezi's Chief Product Officer of Bezi, emphasized the importance of this integration, stating, "The ability to rapidly experiment, ideate, and iterate is a crucial part of the design process." This sentiment highlights the value of the new Bezi features in making the design process more fluid and efficient.

Adding to the suite of features is the innovative use of gray boxing as a placeholder technique. This allows designers to swiftly replace placeholders with one of the generated models with a single click, without losing any previously assigned animations or interactivity. Such features are pivotal in accelerating the implementation phase of design projects.

Bezi AI is available beginning now and can be accessed directly from their website. To help get started, they have created an existing library of pre generated models on their website.

Starting today, Bezi AI is available to users, directly accessible through their website. This initiative represents the first publicly known application powered by Luma AI’s forthcoming Genie API. For those interested in exploring the capabilities of Genie further, Luma AI is currently accepting applicants to its open waitlist.

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These new features from Bezi exemplifies the transformative potential of integrating generative AI with 3D design tools, promising to unlock new horizons of creativity and collaboration in the design community.

Watch the full video announcement here to learn more about how Genie's integration with Bezi is shaping the future of 3D design or check out Julian's blog post!

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