Since DALL-E 2 was released, fans have shared many photographs on social media. We’ve also seen OpenAI projects grow. There are several places where we can view fantastic instances of their AI, but OpenArt is where they are actively gathering all of DALL-E 2’s works in a single location, with all types of categories.
OpenArt compiles the images generated by DALL-E 2
You may obtain any sort of wallpaper you want on the web. It’s pretty easy to use, and you’ll find all the many ways to look for photographs associated with the revealed subject up top. OpenArt is a resource center and homage to DALL-E 2 that features artwork in various forms, styles, and points of view.
Any picture may be seen in its full resolution by clicking on it, and from there the viewer can choose to save the image to their computer, share it on social media, or just discard it. The latter is possible if we sign up for a website, which will allow us to store any picture so that we may access it whenever we need it. A source link is included in each picture, revealing who was responsible for providing the image’s description to DALL-E 2. And underneath the image is the brief description you gave the program to use as input for creating the image.
The group is slowly expanding, and they even have a Discord channel where they talk about web art and other issues. The website is often updated with newly created photos, providing another option for checking out what DALL-E 2 can do and maybe even selecting one of the images for desktop wallpaper.