Recently Adobe announced the Creative Cloud 2019 which includes important updates for the Photoshop CC, Lightroom CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC, Premiere CC, and Adobe XD. In addition, it also launched the Adobe Premiere Rush CC, the first video editor for smartphones, tablets and computers for Social Media that simplifies video creation and sharing on platforms such as YouTube and Instagram. This news was presented at Adobe Max – Adobe Conference.
At the same conference this year in Los Angeles, California, Adobe’s new augmented reality tool, Project Aero which will allow designers “Mix virtual objects in the real world”. This software may be used in conjunction with other Adobe software, including Adobe Photoshop and Dimension (3D).
The tool works like a mockup though, with augmented reality. By opening Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Dimension files, they can be viewed in the context of real-world scenes, so designers can clearly see what certain products or graphics would look like after they are produced and introduced into their environment for which they were designed. designed. That is, through this tool you can see how, for example, a piece of furniture can be in a room.
O Aero It also comes with a unique feature: Users will be able to view the layers of a static graphic image so that it appears three-dimensionally.
“There is a new immersive design discipline where we blend the digital and physical worlds. ”Says Abhay Parasnis, executive vice president and chief technology officer, Adobe. Ahay says the Aero is designed to understand in depth the physical world around us, considering lighting, material textures, motion and spatial awareness. “AR allows designers’ work to shine to consumers.”
Zorana Gee, Photoshop product manager states that Adobe is offering this tool to everyday designers and adds: “Traditionally, people associate AR with 3D design, but AR is the next means of advancement for all creative narrative.”
The launch of the Aero is scheduled for 2019 and will be available for use on all iOS (Apple) and Android (Microsoft) devices, including smartphones, tablets, and computers. However, anyone interested in trying the software before 2019 can request an early application review. Adobe recently shared a preview of Project Aero at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). In partnership with Apple and Pixar, they also announced that they are adding support to Adobe Creative Cloud applications and services. For more information about AR, click here.