Last week at Adobe MAX, Adobe unveiled 11 technology sneaks, representing explorations and emerging technologies. The leading creative marketing cloud company unveiled the next generation of Creative Cloud, including four brand new applications. These are –
- Adobe XD CC for experience design
- Adobe Dimension CC for 2D to 3D compositing
- Character Animator CC for 2D animation
- Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC
In addition, Adobe announced feature updates to its flagship applications including Photoshop CC, InDesign CC, Illustrator CC and Premiere Pro CC, and an ongoing expansion of its Adobe Stock service.
— Adobe MAX (@adobemax) October 20, 2017
At Adobe Max 2017, Adobe Sensei was at the core of all the tech sneak peeks, making it the coolest AI-powered creative cloud product for content marketing and creative teams.
Here’s a complete list of technologies that created a buzz at Adobe Max.
- Project Lincoln
Lincoln is a data visualization tool for designers to link graphics to data without the need to code.
Scene Stitch is used to fill large holes in images by querying a database of images and automatically finding content to fill the hole.
Scribbler is an interactive deep learning-based image generation system which gives users an easy way to express their ideas and visualize their designs by performing simple sketching, and drag-and-drop operations.
- Project Cloak
Cloak is content-aware-fill for video. It enables the removal of objects from a video.
Puppetron is a way to quickly combine a series of facial photos with artistic portraits to create puppets directly usable in Character Animator.
SonicScape is a new way to visualize ambisonics in 360 video using color particles. This visualization will help video editors see where sound is located in context.
PhysicsPak automatically fills a shape with copies of elements, growing, stretching, and distorting them to fill the space. It uses a physics simulation to do this and to control the amount of distortion.
- Playful Palette
Playful Palette is a color picker interface for digital paint programs that derives intuition from oil paint and watercolor palettes, but extends them with digital features.
- Deep Fill
Deep Fill is a new deep neural network-based image in-painting system that learns to generate image patches that are visually realistic and semantically reasonable, and allows interactive customization of results based on users’ brushing and sketch inputs.
- Quick 3D
With Quick 3D a designer can easily convert a simple sketch to a 3D model that can be used in applications like Adobe Dimension CC
The 11 tech sneak peeks revealed how Adobe Creative Cloud allows editors to easily align the various story-building palettes into single platform. Customer experience on an automated mode helps designers design and produce fancy-looking creative in just minutes, drawing audience to focus in the most vivacious manner.