Windows 10 News and info | Forum
February 27, 2020, Loading... *
Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
News: This is a clean Ad-free Forum and protected by StopForumSpam, Project Honeypot, Botscout and AbuseIPDB | This forum does not use audio ads, popups, or other annoyances. New member registration currently disabled.
  Website   Home   Windows 8 Website GDPR Help Login Register  
By continuing to use the site or forum, you agree to the use of cookies, find out more by reading our GDPR policy.
Pages: [1]
Share this topic on Del.icio.usShare this topic on DiggShare this topic on FacebookShare this topic on GoogleShare this topic on MySpaceShare this topic on RedditShare this topic on StumbleUponShare this topic on TechnoratiShare this topic on TwitterShare this topic on YahooShare this topic on Google buzz
Author Topic: Adobe's mixed-reality display blends digital and physical  (Read 910 times)
Hero Member
Offline Offline

Gender: Male
United States United States

Posts: 31095

I Do Windows

WWW Email
« on: July 28, 2019, 05:48:14 PM »

Adobe has created a mixed reality display, which is capable of blending digital content and interactions with real and physical objects.

Called Project Glasswing, the display will also show you media assets created in Adobe tools such as Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Dimension.

And the best part is you need to reach out to your Android or iOS device to help do all of that — the mixed reality display will be able to perform without any smartphone or glasses. In other words, it’s an augmented experience without special glasses.

With Project Glasswing, you’ll be able to control the opacity of the display, letting you see objects on the other side of the display( via Cnet). Moreover, you’ll also be able to interact, reposition still or video elements.

“Project Glasswing explores the possibility of bringing Adobe’s design tools to the physical world, creating the illusion of a Photoshop, After Effects or XD layer appearing in space in front of 3D real objects,” Adobe wrote in a blog post.

“For example, in-store advertising could allow shoes to be displayed inside a window with accompanying text, graphics, and video to create a compelling experience for customers. A vending machine could use a masked video of sloshing water to augment the view of real-physical bottles of water behind it. Or imagine a museum exhibit of a rare artifact displayed in a glass case. The glass could allow a clear view of the encased item, with overlaying graphics offering information about its history,” explained Adobe.


Pages: [1]
Jump to:  

Powered by SMF 1.1.21 | SMF © 2017, Simple Machines

Google visited last this page July 29, 2019, 05:04:27 PM