As we all know that we’re living in a ‘Photoshoped world’, Adobe bumps up new features which are truly unimaginable, despite 2017.
Adobe’s creativity conference is turning its route to technology apparently. Alike Adobe Sensei, and Creative Cloud, aka. the main-squeeze, the company has developed itself in advanced design and finds creative solutions for its users in terms of the new improvements.
Therefore, let’s talk about their prototype-magic wands for this year.
The first project they introduced, Scene Stitch aims to guess the content details from the photo via using the AI database. The feature isn’t just matching image types, it is also looking for what would fit the image well.
Here is Adobe’s Brian Price explanation,
This is doing more than just filling the hole in the image. This is really allowing you to reimagine the image, to try new things, to remix in new content.
The upgraded-patch tool’s extension is called the Content-Aware Patch, which removes unwanted elements in an image, but it is slightly different. The tool synthesizes nearby content for seamless blending with the surrounding content. The solutions are similar to Content-Aware Fill but this tool is much flexible in the means of choosing the source area.
Another previewed feature, Cloak allows users to edit virtually anyout of video footage with a few clicks. All you need to do is simply create a mask around an object you want to remove and leave the rest to the feature. You can remove any item flaw you want without a trace, and no unwanted lights will interfere with the project. This is an upgraded version for the Content Aware Fill, but this is for videos. Plus, there’s no doubt that this feature will be the favourite for all Harry Potter fans!
To sum up, Adobe is planning to rescue its users from all the unwanted materials thanks to AI. They’re just prototypes for now, but they’re also enough to show the power of innovation to the visual world.
To learn more about the powerful details, you can watch the Adobe Max conference, here.