It’s easy to imagine a piece of art in your head, but making it real is another matter if you’re not an artist. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could simply describe what you wanted? WordsEye is trying just that. Its beta web app lets you describe a scene using natural-language text, and uses statistical parsing to translate that into a 3D image. You can name objects and their qualities using terms that are as fuzzy or exacting as you like, including relative concepts like position. It’s easy to use, although the results can be more than a little surreal — just look at the pictured rat on a cat on a Christmas cow if you need proof.
Via: Product Hunt, The Next Web