The top 4 new tools unveiled at Adobe MAX 2023

The top 4 new tools unveiled at Adobe MAX 2023

One of the highlights of the annual Adobe MAX conference is undeniably Sneaks, Adobe’s showcase of experimental features that may or may not make it to market. It’s a window into the world of tech innovation, and this year, the focus was firmly on AI. Here are the four cutting-edge features that left a lasting impression:

  1. Project Stardust: Recently previewed, Project Stardust can discern individual elements within an image, treating them as distinct layers. With the magic of AI, users can effortlessly move and resize objects without the need for manual selection, reminiscent of Apple’s photo cutout tool.
  2. Project See-through: If you’ve ever snapped a photo through glass and grappled with distracting reflections, Project See-through offers a game-changing solution. This tool simplifies the process of eliminating unwanted objects, resulting in photos that appear as if they were taken within the same room as the subject.
  3. Project Primrose: Ever daydreamed about changing your outfit halfway through an event? Project Primrose envisions a world where that’s possible. By utilizing “smart display fabric,” akin to the technology in color-changing cars, this project explores wearable dresses with changeable patterns. While the patterns may be simple and monochromatic, the concept is undeniably impressive.
  4. Project Res-Up: Project Res-Up has the incredible ability to enhance the resolution of older or lower-quality videos and GIFs, infusing them with true-to-life details like improved lighting and textures. Leveraging diffusion-based upsampling technology, this project successfully transformed a 1947 film, “The Red House,” from a mere 480 x 360 resolution to an impressive 1280 x 960, producing remarkable results.
Post Disclaimer

Disclaimer: The views, suggestions, and opinions expressed here are the sole responsibility of the experts. No Wisconsin Beacon journalist was involved in the writing and production of this article.