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Adobe Presented Magical Animated Dress That Can Change Patterns

A new outfit every day.

The Adobe MAX conference is prime time for the company to show off its tech innovations. This year, one of its highlights was an incredible animated dress that can switch between patterns and even react to movement.

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You can press the button to change the picture on your outfit, created with Adobe Firefly, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Stock, and Adobe Illustrator, or just walk to make, for example, water-like lines splash right on the dress (although, as you see in the video, it doesn't always work the way you want it to.)

The dress was made with Project Primrose, reflective light-diffuser modules for non-emissive flexible display systems. Naturally, the tech can be used not only for dresses but for any clothes, bags, picture frames, and whatever else you can attach it to.

Project Primrose is a great invention that can really level up how we look at usually-static objects. Yes, this ever-changing dress will give you a couple of extra pounds due to the scales' limited range of movement, but you will definitely be the center of attention at any event.

This was not the only impressive technology Adobe showed at MAX. If you haven't seen them yet, be sure to check out its new AI models for Firefly and Project Stardust – an object-aware AI engine that can easily edit images without dealing with layers.

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