Poly: The Ultimate AI Tool for Seamless Texture Creation

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As you know, creating seamless textures for your 3D projects has always been quite a challenge. Like many others, I imagine that as a texture designer, you spend hours tweaking every detail to achieve perfection. But that time is over, thanks to Poly – an amazing tool that will leave you amazed with its wow features ^^.

Poly is an AI-powered texture creation tool that can quickly generate custom textures in 8K HD, without visible seams, using a simple text query and/or an image in seconds. I’m sure many of you are already familiar with various 3D-related disciplines such as 3D Modeling, Character Design, Architectural Visualization (“Arch Viz”), Game Development, AR World Creation/VR, and much more. Well, Poly is perfectly suited for all of these uses!

What I really liked about Poly was its simple and accessible user interface, right in web mode. There’s no need to install software or have a high-end GPU, and it’s completely free. In fact, you don’t even need to register or log in. The editor is really cool since it allows you to generate what you want, but also to choose the type of materials, the resolution, and make adjustments.

You can also generate infinite variations from a texture, which is very cool to achieve the exact look you desire. For example, let’s say you’re working on a gaming project and you need a specific texture for a brick wall. You can just type “brick,” and voila! The tool generates an 8K HD brick wall texture in seconds. You can then download the corresponding PBR maps and import them into your favorite game engine.

By using Poly, you will save precious time in all your 3D projects.

Give it a try here.

Mohamed SAKHRI

I am Mohamed SAKHRI, the creator and editor-in-chief of Easy Tech Tutorials. Being a dedicated technology enthusiast, I have been blogging for a considerable time, offering practical and beneficial guides for different operating systems like Windows, Linux, and macOS, alongside Android tips and tricks. I also delve into WordPress-related topics. I am presently 35 years old.

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