Google Store It has a large number of games and uses for all genres, including one that lets you create your own deep and the other by it unlock your mobile phone using drawings. However, there are other series of apps that deserve your attention piece, such as the camera app itself, that can translating real-world objects into Photoshop by taking a picture, and that shows the incredible power of virtual reality on your mobile.
Cyril Diagne, a painter, sculptor and programmer has shared on his Twitter account some videos showing the protests of the future and the amazing ability of an uncomfortable reality on a mobile phone. In these videos you can see how the smartphone camera system is capable transfer real-world objects to Photoshop
Right now it's just a feature developed and developed by Cyril Diagne, who created the software in question, it's called "AR Cut and paste". The artist explains that in order for the software to work, using a mobile app, a local server that integrates it with Photoshop on a computer, and the image and image removal service are used. In addition, it also rains algorithm that detects where the smartphone camera is pointing, in relation to the Photoshop project on the PC screen, which also helps to attach the object to the correct location.
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This way you can transfer real-world objects to Photoshop by simply taking a picture
4/10 – Cut and paste your surroundings into Photoshop
Technical Details: ↓#ML #AR #AI #AIUX #Adobe #Photoshop pic.twitter.com/LkTBe0t0rF
– Cyril Diagne (@cyrildiagne) May 3, 2020
Right now it's just a show, but, nonetheless, it's curious to know the amazing power of the unpleasant reality of doing anything with mobile phones. The future is more decorated with design and image editing, and it is not decided that in the future Photoshop will support a feature like this finally. However, videos are an amazing demonstration of what can be achieved by using this tool when creating any document file in Photoshop.
Currently the project it's just a guarantee, so it is expected that in the coming weeks more details will be known about the specific activity, of course, millions of people will want to be found on their smartphones.
Using Drag and Drop #AR with @TensorFlow and #OpenCV to connect @zachlieberman printer to their video partners.#AIUX #WebXR #MixedReality #AugmentedReality #TensorFlowJS #MachineLeution #Inactive #openframeworks pic.twitter.com/JpZy7neDL0
– Cyril Diagne (@cyrildiagne) April 11, 2020