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Watch as Photoshop Product Manager, Stephen Nielson, shows new Perspective Warp in Photoshop CC. See how you can fluidly adjust the perspective of a specific part of your image without affecting the surrounding area, change the viewpoint from which an object is seen, and seamlessly composite images with different vanishing points or camera positions.
FrameMaker 11 focused workspaces
FrameMaker 11 has significantly improved workspaces. Defaults are much more logical. As you move into structured XML editing, a host of unrelated menus just vanish. No need for customization anymore; this FrameMaker is just the way you like it "out-of-the-box"
Vanished: Learning Science through ARG Gameplay
Show: MAX 2011 Develop
See how MIT developed a novel educational experience with Adobe technology that develops scientific inquiry methods through play. When the Smithsonian Institution wanted to offer youth a rich, technology-supported science experience, it turned to MIT’s Education Arcade. Together they built an eight-week online/offline environmental disaster mystery game for middle-school children. The participants became investigators racing to solve puzzles, visit museums, and collect samples from their neighborhoods to help solve the mystery. Players found clues in videos developed in Adobe Flash, in online games developed in Flex, and in 3D PDF bone scans made by Smithsonian scientists.
Quickly Clean your Scene of Unwanted Elements
Show: Photoshop Elements 9
Video Highlights: See how to make unwanted elements vanish with one stroke of the enhanced Spot Healing Brush, which beautifully blends even the most complex background. Also, instantly fix old or torn photos so you can make new prints.
The central idea behind "Vanishing" was to present a alternate reality in which art no longer exists, a reality that is slowly become real. Due to funding cuts across the country, art programs in public schools are being lost. This current generation of young artists is slowly losing their only outlet in which an outside influence helps fund their creativity, and the upcoming generation might not have the chance at all. Art has an immeasurable application on accompanying parts of a high scholars curriculum, and the creative process that a student applies to art can be found useful in many other aspects of school life. The importance of saving school art programs is also heightened due to the recent amount of funding thrown to other places, places that we feel are far less important than ensuring creativity for future generation