Users can convert text prompts into p5.js code with TextGPTp5, a text to p5.js generative editor powered by GPT-3, and then display the resulting visualization.
Conway’s Game of Life, 2D flocking animation, 3D formspanning, radial lines on click, gravity balls on click, bouncing balls on click, color noise static, and zen ripples are just a few examples that are included with the tool.
Simply choose an example or enter their own text prompt, then click “Generate p5.js code” to have p5.js produce a visual representation of the prompt.
You can save the generated p5.js code for later usage.The tool is made to make creating p5.js visualizations simple for both novice and experienced users without requiring them to master the underlying programming language.
Users can use the offered samples to begin going right away or use their imagination by coming up with their own text prompts. Users can report bugs and make contributions to the tool’s development on GitHub, where it is open-source and accessible. TextGPTp5 is the ideal tool for artists, designers, and anyone else interested in exploring the creative possibilities of AI-powered generative art. It was developed by software developer and AI enthusiast Matte Lim.
With just a few clicks, TextGPTp5 users may transform their concepts into stunning representations.