Adobe is excited to share new content from 3D Assets, fresh ways for artists to collaborate between 3D tools, and news on the latest industry events.
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Introducing the Musical Instrument collection
Substance 3D Assets — a library of over 18,000 high quality 3D assets, exclusively available as part of the Substance 3D Collection — continues to add new ready-to-use, professionally produced 3D assets, to help boost the efficiency of 3D projects of all types.
Adobe is proud to introduce the Musical Instrument collection to the Substance 3D Assets Library. This includes 60 assets, a mix of materials, models, and decals. There is a choice of musical instruments that can be used for a variety of music and non-music related designs. For example, graphic designers could use these assets to produce posters for music concerts, festivals, and other events. The instruments could also be used as background pieces for populating interiors or to help contextualise a product in a 3D scene.
Check out the Musical Instrument collection on Substance 3D Assets now.
Powering 3D Interoperability with OpenUSD
During Siggraph (an American conference on computer graphics and interactive techniques) , Adobe announced that they have teamed up with Pixar, Apple, Autodesk, NVIDIA, and the Joint Development Foundation to create the Alliance for OpenUSD.
Their mission is to make sure artists have access to seamless, effective tools and creative frameworks across the most commonly used 3D products. Adobe is working together with industry leaders to ensure that collaboration in the 3D space is standardised with Open Universal Scene Description (OpenUSD). Learn more here.
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