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Adobe has revealed the details of its experimental project on creating a photo scanning 3D tool for AR and other 3D experiences. Nikhil Gupta from Adobe’s team showed how the new solution allows to create a 3D model from a bunch of photos, bring inside the dimension, and align as needed. Adobe Capture prototype analyses the environment and then create a bounding box that users can widen the box to automatically bound the whole model by moving the device.
After the bounding is completed, the prototype starts the capturing process with a net of stations in a way to get high-quality results. Users can also see the progress to avoid missing some angles. After the processing, all images will be saved in creative cloud libraries and turn into a complete 3D model that can be added to the scene within Adobe or sent to other users in Adobe Aero.
To check out other details of the project, visit the official Adobe Labs website.