Inworld allows users to create lifelike characters that can be used in a variety of use cases, including video games, branded experiences, entertainment, and training. Whether you want to build open-world NPCs, virtual ambassadors, or an immersive educational experience, Inworld’s no-code technology makes it incredibly easy to design characters in a matter of minutes.
As the AI space continues to evolve at a rapid pace, Inworld is constantly updating its features to optimize character creation and stay on the cutting edge of generative AI.
While this tutorial serves as an excellent starting point, Inworld encourages you to experiment and explore within the platform. By doing so, you’ll fully realize the potential of Inworld's AI technology and add interactive characters that are capable of deeply immersive interactions to your experience.
To start creating, sign in to Inworld AI with your Google, Microsoft, or email account details.
Getting started with the Studio
After signing in, your default workspace will open. Workspaces are where you create new characters or select from existing ones. The default workspace features a handful of our most popular characters.
Inworld encourages new users to take advantage of these predesigned characters. Experiment and learn from their form fields and chat interactions. This will help you gain a better understanding of the platform's capabilities and inspire you to create even more advanced characters. You can also use our Characters of the Week blog posts as inspiration.
On the left, click the “Change” button to access the list of all available workspaces. From there, you can create new workspaces, edit and delete existing workspaces, and update sharing options. Click the “Share workspace” icon and add a teammate's email address to give them access to that particular workspace.
⚠️ Limit: You may add up to 30 characters in your default workspace (100 characters for Pro accounts)
Inside of your workspace, you can create a character, build a scene, and establish common knowledge for your world. To learn more about what each of these features provides, take a hands-on tour of the studio with our Studio Basics Tutorial Series.