Plant Lovers Embrace NFTs to Grow Virtual Flowers in Metaverse

The Metaverse project, called Heterosis, will allow the owners of these dynamic NFTs to grow and nurture their flowers in a digital environment modeled on London's National Gallery.

The Web 3.0 space offers artists and users alike the opportunity to express their creative side in a new and modern way. This is doubly true for NFTs, which are more dynamic and personalized.

On March 8, a project called Heterosis by Snark.art and OG.Art launched a collection of dynamic NFT flowers that owners can breed and propagate as they see fit.

Upon minting, the user will receive a randomly generated NFT flower that will have random characteristics and appearance. The name will be generated from the short story "The Library of Babel" by Jorge Luis Borges with the help of artificial intelligence. Owners of these NFTs can then choose another plant from the catalog offered and use it to breed and create a new hybrid species. The catalog will contain plants from other owners and a fee will have to be paid to the owner of the other plant for the actual breeding. Initially, the catalog will contain flowers with basic characteristics, but breeding will create new flowers with unique characteristics and, thus, unique dynamic NFTs. This method of creating dynamic NFTs will create two virtual markets, one where users can offer rare plants for sale and the other market where DNA traits of digital plants will be available for sale.

The collection of these dynamic NFTs was created by artists Mat Collishaw and Danil Krivoruchko. Collishaw said he wanted to create art that was only available in the metaverse, saying, "these mechanics are fundamental to the Heterosis project and are particularly valuable to us as something that is only possible in a decentralized space."

Krivoruchko noted that the creation of this project and these NFTs, which are evolving and have different properties, was "the most complex digital art collection" he has worked on to date.

The developers at Metaverse El-Gabal have created a metaverse greenhouse that will house part of this NFT flower garden. The metaverse greenhouse is modeled on a dystopian version of London's National Gallery, and will be accessible in browsers on PCs, mobile phones and also through VR, which will render the audiovisual experience in real time using the cloud.

Source: cointelegraph.com, og.art

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The Web 3.0 space offers artists and users alike the opportunity to express their creative side in a new and modern way. This is doubly true for NFTs, which are more dynamic and personalized.

On March 8, a project called Heterosis by Snark.art and OG.Art launched a collection of dynamic NFT flowers that owners can breed and propagate as they see fit.

Upon minting, the user will receive a randomly generated NFT flower that will have random characteristics and appearance. The name will be generated from the short story "The Library of Babel" by Jorge Luis Borges with the help of artificial intelligence. Owners of these NFTs can then choose another plant from the catalog offered and use it to breed and create a new hybrid species. The catalog will contain plants from other owners and a fee will have to be paid to the owner of the other plant for the actual breeding. Initially, the catalog will contain flowers with basic characteristics, but breeding will create new flowers with unique characteristics and, thus, unique dynamic NFTs. This method of creating dynamic NFTs will create two virtual markets, one where users can offer rare plants for sale and the other market where DNA traits of digital plants will be available for sale.

The collection of these dynamic NFTs was created by artists Mat Collishaw and Danil Krivoruchko. Collishaw said he wanted to create art that was only available in the metaverse, saying, "these mechanics are fundamental to the Heterosis project and are particularly valuable to us as something that is only possible in a decentralized space."

Krivoruchko noted that the creation of this project and these NFTs, which are evolving and have different properties, was "the most complex digital art collection" he has worked on to date.

The developers at Metaverse El-Gabal have created a metaverse greenhouse that will house part of this NFT flower garden. The metaverse greenhouse is modeled on a dystopian version of London's National Gallery, and will be accessible in browsers on PCs, mobile phones and also through VR, which will render the audiovisual experience in real time using the cloud.

Source: cointelegraph.com, og.art

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