Looks very exciting. More info here.
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The last part looks like more like graphical sculpture then design.
After the first part of the video, I was expecting something amazing for the last part and I was a bit disappointed. But I guess there is no magic. You can either know how to sketch or not. No software can fix that.
If it gets incorporated in to any of the Adobe Apps it'll take off, but I'm not sure that'd be a good thing. As is the case most of the time, it all depends upon whom has the software and what artistic talent they have.
I would have to play with it quite a bit to find "every-day" use for it though. I mean, how often do you have to clone a roof-line or crack in the wall? Still, a very neat technology.
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Wow. I would use that a lot. I can't wait for that demo. I hope it is incorporated as a plugin into multiple graphic design programs, Pixelmator and any of the adobe applications... that would be great.
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