Animation on a Wacom tablet. Photo by: / Negative Space
Animation on a Wacom tablet. Photo by: / Negative Space

Responsive Software Design

Adobe has recently released new products and updates for the Creative Cloud platform at Adobe MAX 2016.

These latest upgrades to software have also been packaged with programs such as Project Felix.


“This year, we’ll be showcasing amazing breakthroughs in experience design, photography, virtual reality, character animation and 3D compositing.” – Bryan Lamkin, executive vice president and general manager, Digital Media at Adobe

Adobe and Business Wire release a statement covering the latest updates:

Premiere Pro

For filmmakers, advancements in virtual reality, character animation and 3D across Adobe’s video tools set the stage for the future of video. The next release of Adobe Premiere Pro CC includes auto-aware virtual reality (VR) that seamlessly detects and applies the correct setting to stereoscopic and monoscopic media. First introduced at IBC, updates to Premiere Pro, After Effects CC and Prelude CC will also include a Beta of Team Projects that allows teams and enterprise customers to co-edit and collaborate on Creative Cloud projects. Adobe is also releasing a new Cinema 4D renderer in After Effects that will speed up efficiency and quality of 3D content generation.

Project Felix

Project Felix is an industry-first design tool that enables graphic designers to easily create high-quality, photo-realistic images by combining 2D and 3D assets for projects such as product shot comps, scene visualization and abstract design. Users have in-app access to 3D models, materials and lights from Adobe Stock as well as the ability to customize specific properties like materials, perfect lighting and adjust camera angles. Real-time rendering allows users to preview work while editing and before exporting to Photoshop to complete their design.

First Look at Project Felix | Adobe Creative Cloud

Sundance Ignite Fellows at Adobe MAX 2016 | Adobe Creative Cloud

#Wetbrush. Adobe MAX 2016 (Sneak Peeks) | Adobe Creative Cloud

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