For several generations it has been normal for social networks to say that the Pokémon of now are made with their eyes closed or they are made by drawing blinds and whatever comes out. Nothing could be further from the truth, since, despite these comments, creating a Pokémon is an elaborate process that not only entails offering different points of view so that the cut passes, but also the vast majority of designs end up being discardedOnly the luckiest arrive.
However, it seems that there are Pokémon fans who have decided to comply with these comments that are seen on social networks, since Liam Eloie, an engineer, has created an app capable of creating fake Pokémon, whom he has called Nokémon. This has been known recently thanks to an interview with Eloie in Kotaku, where it has been possible to learn more about this project.
The Nokémon have come to stay on social networks
In this way, Eloie claims that her inspiration comes from Max Woolf, who in December forced an AI to create a Pokémon. Thus, perfected the program he made in such a way that anyone can use it and create their own Nokémon.
Under this premise, this DALL-E AI program is capable of creating an image from a description, using a database of all Pokémon and their characteristics to create a Nokémon that meets the typical attributes of the saga. Also, the app has the option to base the Nokémon on a specific type or Pokémoncounting in turn with a degree of similarity between both species. In this way, you can access the Nokémon app and try your favorite combinations.
It has to be said that it’s hard to think that Game Freak will end up using such technology in the future, since the vast majority of discarded Pokémon designs are not discarded, but are saved in case they can be given a twist in the future. We have an example of this in Carracosta, who was devised in the first generations. Therefore, as far as designs are concerned, Game Freak must have thousands in the chamber.
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