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Here’s more info. [Via] As more and more devices can capture and display 3D data, I think it’ll become clearer why we’ve invested in giving Photoshop a 3D infrastructure.
The only thing I ever use 3D for in Photoshop is show my friends just how unstable it is on a MacBook Pro with Nvidia graphics….
es, Apple’s NVidia drivers have been a bit unstable. But Apple improved them a lot with the driver update for 10.6.4, and are continuing to work on additional fixes.
Why the heck did the forum cut off the ‘Y’ at the beginning of my post?
Looks like ****.
[I’m sure you’ll invent something better and show us straight away. (“Some days, the web feels like 5 people trying to make something; 5k people turning it into a list; and 500MM people saying, “FAIL.” —Merlin Mann) –J.]
No, sorry, I don’t do facial surgery…
Trimensional surprised me. It takes 4 photos in a row under different lighting conditions in like a few seconds and then you have it in 3d. Pretty neat.
Here is an image of me
I saw this app on a friend’s Iphone, it very cool although I am not sure what you can actually accomplish with this
“I think it’ll become clearer why we’ve invested in giving Photoshop a 3D infrastructure.”
There are several good general purpose 3D apps out there, but only one good 2D app.
I’m all for 3D in Photoshop, but I think there are several 2D that are more important to focus on.
There are several pixel level inaccuracies that have been with Photoshop for a long time that I’ve given up hope on ever being fixed. Several existing tools could be sped up and tweaked to be a lot more useful, often with GPU power.