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In One Click, Adobe’s ‘ProjectQuick3D’ Transforms Your Sketch Into A 3D Model

By Yoon Sann Wong, 24 Oct 2017


Composite image by DesignTAXI. Image screenshot via Adobe Creative Cloud

At this year’s Adobe MAX conference, the company gave its audience a sneak peek to its emerging technologies including ‘PhysicsPak’ that auto-fills unfinished designs with cool elements, its ‘Scribbler’ tool that colorizes black-and-white photos with great detail, improved content-aware fill tool ‘Scene Stitch’ that fixes spots more accurately and vividly, ‘Puppetron’ that allows you to mix photos with artwork before animating them, and ‘Cloak’, its timesaving content-aware-fill for video.

Joining the group is ‘ProjectQuick3D’, a handy feature that lets you easily transform your simple sketch into a 3D model that can be used in applications, including Adobe’s new ‘Dimension CC’—made for graphic designers without 3D experience.

‘ProjectQuick3D’ uses machine learning via Adobe Sensei to search through Adobe Stock, based on your doodle.

Watch how it works in the live demo, held during its sneak peek session, below. Stay tuned for more updates should ‘ProjectQuick3D’ become available in Adobe’s commercial software.



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[via Adobe Creative Cloud, images via video screenshot]
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