The new version brings better AI, style transfer filters, a Blend feature, and new UI.
Kinetix, an AI-powered no-code 3D animation tool, got a new version. Kinetix 2.0 brings better AI and several new features.
The developers updated the machine learning extraction model, so it now provides better grounding, translation, and posture.
There are also new Style and Blend features. The first applies a predefined style to animations in one click. For now, only “Robot” and “Drunk” styles are available, with new ones coming later. The Blend feature allows combining animations used over 6 different body parts to create a new unique one.
Kinetix added multiple save options: "draft to finalize your Emote later, save to make it a playable gaming asset within a virtual world, and mint to make it a playable gaming asset that you own and can trade."
Other updates include a new in-context preview, an improved animation library, and a better UI.
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