You’d have to squeeze your eye muscles but think about it…
Adobe announced their latest AI-driven software. This is the software revealed earlier this year too Ooo’s and Ahh’s at Adobe MAX as Project Gemini. Now, Adobe Fresco…
It’s all 2D, and while we’re seeing generative design take off in product dev apps, their approach to material interaction, medium mimicry and real-world outcome (end-product) seems to me to be somewhat unique.
Even more, I think it interesting to see how this could affect the way 3D software developers think about design software. Or, how Adobe considers the applications of this for 3D?
It wasn’t too long ago when the concept of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and the capabilities of generative design seemed like some far off sci-fi future.
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