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13 Oct, 2023
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Adobe's annual Max conference has unveiled 11 experimental tools and features that utilize the power of generative AI and 3D technology.

These innovative tools aim to redefine creative possibilities and offer glimpses of the future of digital content creation.

One standout feature is "Project Stardust," an object-aware editing engine that automatically identifies individual objects in photographs, making it easy to move, change, or delete them. This tool operates as if each object is on a separate layer, simplifying complex edits. Backgrounds behind removed objects are also automatically filled in to match their surroundings.

"Project Primrose" showcases the fusion of fashion and technology with an interactive dress. Using flexible textile displays, wearers can display patterns and images on their clothing like a programmable screen, pushing the boundaries of wearable tech.

"Project Poseable" represents a breakthrough in AI-based image generation. It allows text-to-image generators to interact with posable 3D models, streamlining the creative process. Users can upload 2D reference images to automatically pose 3D characters, making customizable 3D materials more accessible.

"Project Dub Dub Dub" introduces an impressive AI audio feature that can translate voice recordings or video audio tracks into multiple supported languages while retaining the original speaker's voice. This innovation promises time savings and simplifies the translation process.

Finally, "Project See Through" offers a practical solution to a common problem—removing reflections from images taken through glass. This tool simplifies the process, making it easier to eliminate obstructive reflections in photos.

These experimental features and tools demonstrate Adobe's commitment to pushing the boundaries of creative technology. While they may not all make it into Adobe's product catalog, they offer a glimpse into the future of digital content creation.

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