Oil and canvas.
Thunder and lightning. Salt and pepper. Some things just go together — like Adobe Dimension CC and NVIDIA RTX ray tracing, which
are poised to revolutionize the work of graphic designers and artists.
Adobe Dimension CC makes it easy for graphic designers to create high-quality, photorealistic 3D images, whether for package design, scene visualizations or abstract art. And Adobe Research is constantly innovating to make it even easier for designers to create faster and better.
The latest find: NVIDIA RTX ray-tracing technology, which promises to make photo-real 3D design interactive and intuitive, with over 10x faster performance for Adobe Dimension on NVIDIA RTX GPUs.
What used to cost tens of thousands of dollars on ultra-high-end systems will be able to run on a desktop with an NVIDIA RTX GPU at a price within reach of millions of graphics designers. A tech preview of this technology was available at Adobe MAX.
Adobe Dimension enables designers to incorporate 3D into their workflows, from packaging design to brand visualization to synthetic photography. Adobe makes 3D accessible by handling the heavy lifting of lighting and compositing with Adobe Sensei machine learning-based features, then producing a final, photorealistic output using the Dimension ray tracer.
“We’re partnering with NVIDIA on RTX because of its significant potential to accelerate our two core pillars – ray tracing and machine learning,” said Ross McKegney, director of Engineering for Adobe Dimension CC. “Early results are very promising. Our prototype Dimension builds running on RTX are able to produce photorealistic renders in near real time.”