Today in the conference, Adobe has previewed its project named as Project Nimbus, which is a new cloud native, a light room like photo editor in which the company has introduced simpler and smarter tools.
Previously Adobe’s flagship photo-managing and editing application contains a lot of the complexity due to which beginners wont find it easier to use.
But the company is not going to release this feature now but may release its beta version in next year.
In past few years, Adobe has concentrated only on mobile apps and after this the company created Project Nimbus to bring the features from mobile back to the desktop.
Some pressure was seemed on the company during the today’s demo, Nimbus has been expected to work without any intervention with the current tools.
Adobe presents the similar cloud-based image and asset library as in its Creative Cloud suite and image edits cannot contains destruction and reflection across applications.
While using Nimbus, users can be able to browse between desktop and mobile without any intervention.
This tools can use Adobe’s new machine learning-based services, which will help you in finding images in your library as similar to the Google photos.
Adobe is also making use of the cloud-based Creative SDK and Adobe Sensei artificial intelligence service for providing photo retouching tools in Nimbus.
All the experience that has been learned by its mobile apps is now trying to provide it on the Desktop, so that the users can be able to use the features more easily and accurately.
However, the project is still finding itself an odd product because many of the layouts and features have been similar as like in Lightroom.
After this, you can even imagine now that Adobe is Presenting Nimbus as more consumer-oriented version of Lightroom.
Although, Nimbus seems to be the more consumer oriented version of the Lightroom generation.