Adobe Brings ‘Infinite Creativity’ to The Tech

Last week I had the pleasure of attending a sneak peek of a new exhibit opening at The Tech Museum in San Jose.  The exhibit is called The Tech Silicon Valley Innovation Gallery and features four brand new installations developed by Adobe, Google and nVidia and Intel.

Adobe’s contribution to this new exhibit is titled Infinite Creativity.  It was designed under Adobe’s direction by interactive media firm Second Story and funded through the Adobe Foundation.

The simplest way to describe Infinite Creativity is as a giant digital canvas.  Visitors use their hands to create works of digital art on a touch pad screen.  Their art is then combined with creations from other visitors using the station and displayed on a large screen for all to see.  Words really don’t do it justice.  So check out the photos of the exhibit posted below.  Better yet, be sure to head over to The Tech when the exhibit opens on September 15th to see (and create!) for yourself.

Infinite Creativity is a reflection of what drives Adobe – creativity, collaboration, innovation – and what we strive to enable through the technology we bring to our customers.

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