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Want an ultra simple way of creating websites or other projects in Photoshop? Look no further than AR Cut and Paste by developer Cyril Diagne. This augmented reality technology works exactly as it sounds – simply snap a photo of the object you want to use in the real world, hover over the project on your computer screen, and it’s automatically placed in the document. Read more for a video and additional information.
It uses AI-powered machine learning and computer vision to accomplish the AR magic, making image editing, among other things, a breeze. For now, the prototype only supports Adobe Photoshop, but the developer notes that other software will be included in future versions.
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I’m excited about Augmented Reality because unlike Virtual Reality which closes the world out. AR allows individuals to be present in the world but hopefully allows an improvement on what’s happening presently. Most people don’t want to lock themselves out from the world for a long period of time and today you can’t do that because you get sick from it. With AR you can, not be engrossed in something, but have it be a part of your world, of your conversation. That has resonance,” said Apple CEO Tim Cook.