You will probably hear a lot about the new Photoshop Creative Cloud (Photoshop CC in short), recently unveiled by Adobe as a response to the evergrowing 3D printing trend. The new system is said to help with the “beautifying” of 3D models, including those made through other 3D modeling applications. After uploading a project, users can apply the Photoshop tools they already know to design, color, and add texture. The 3D retouching possibilities are endless and can be applied to various design prototypes, fine art, jewelry, ornaments, and so on.

The most captivating part of Photoshop Creative cloud is its ability to print your object. This can be done through a 3D printer or via a 3D printing service that will send you the final result in the mail- you will find out more information by checking out the video below. To us, it is interesting to observe how 3D printing is already being employed on a large scale, not just in the world of design, but in architecture as well! How would you comment on Adobe’s latest move?