A look at the designer-friendly 3D app from Adobe. Recent developments have taken this quite a way beyond the clever-but-simple app it once was.
- [Tony] Hi, and welcome to "Design Tools Weekly" … with me, Tony Harmer. … This week, we're going to be taking a very high-level view … of some of the features of Adobe Dimension. … For those of you that have seen it before … and those who've never seen it before. … Starting with the latter, in case you don't know what it is, … it's an environment into which you can bring in 3D models, … although there are certain starter assets … that you can use to play with as well, … and compose them into a scene, … which is a kind of fix for the idea … that you may work in an environment … where you have a 3D person … and you are tied to that person for 3D rendering. … So this lifts that to some degree. … You can import models in a range of different formats, … and you can see the starter assets here as well. … Now, I already have a cube here … that I've flattened out to some degree, … and what I'm going to do now is I'm going … to bring in a soda can like so. … So if I drag that in, okay, there's my can, …
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