How 3D compositing tools could add a new dimension to your designs

Creatives can combine images or interactive animations from different platforms to give astonishing results. And with the right tools, creativity and skill, the possibilities are near-limitless. 

While 3D tools can bring tremendous depth to visual experiences, their complexity is a deterrent for many designers. However, tools are emerging – such as Adobe’s Project Felix – that promise to make creating photorealistic images easier, more accessible, and much faster. I like to refer to these tools as 3D compositing tools, because they are blurring the lines between 2D and 3D graphic designs.

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Stefano is the senior director of engineering in the Digital Imaging Group at Adobe.