In a groundbreaking development, Midjourney has out from the confines of Discord, unveiling its alpha version for web-based image generation.
This cutting-edge release promises a simplified user experience, allowing creators to unleash their artistic visions with ease.
Midjourney Alpha is officially here!!— Nick St. Pierre (@nickfloats) December 12, 2023
If you've generated 10k or more images you should have access.
This is still the alpha, so things may change a bit. But here is a quick look at image creation on the web.
BYE BYE DISCORD 👋 pic.twitter.com/JbS9L7e59P
To access the alpha version, users are required to have crafted a minimum of 10,000 images and log in to the current alpha website.
Contrasting with Discord, Midjourney introduces a user-friendly interface where parameters such as aspect ratio, chaos, and style can be effortlessly adjusted using intuitive sliders and tags.
The process is streamlined further with the ability to insert images into prompts with a single click.
This innovation marks a significant leap forward in the realm of web-based image generation.
While anticipation surrounds Midjourney’s alpha release, there’s no word yet on the much-anticipated version v6, initially announced in September for release this year.
This forthcoming version is poised to closely adhere to prompts, positioning Midjourney as a formidable competitor to OpenAI’s renowned image generator, DALL-E 3.
Stay tuned for more updates as Midjourney continues to redefine the landscape of digital creativity!