Adobe is providing artists the ability to create 3D and Augmented Reality worlds without needing to code,thanks to three new apps the company is planning to release in 2019.
Users will be soon getting new apps, focusing on mixing real-life elements with the digital world. According to Adobe's CTO Abhay Parasnis, the apps are Aero, Fresco, and Photoshop, on the iPad.
Fresco will be a raster and vector illustration app for iPad with realistic brush strokes. The app was the result of research through Adobe's Sensei's AI program.
Aero will be an AR tool, allowing creatives to design immersive experiences. Essentially, artists will be able to create 3D and AR worlds without needing to code.
And while AR has physical limitations to it, Adobe has created Project Glasswing as a solution. Project Glasswing is a transparent LCD display that has the ability to be used in public spaces.
This give users the opportunity to experience AR without depending on screens or multiple devices. Adobe plans to release these apps by the end of 2019.