Adobe has shown off three new features that it's bringing to Photoshop. The features were demoed at the 3D Printshow in New York, where the company was also displaying a couple of 3D-printed artworks created (in part, at least) in Photoshop – including James Stewart's work shown here.
The first new feature is for working with 3D scans where colours have been captured as vertex colours rather than textures. Photoshop can't edit vertex colour information, so a new feature lets you convert this into texture information.
Read on for more new Photoshop features for 3D printing and to see how they'll work.
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