Creatives Would Have Enjoyed Adobe Illustrator’s 1 April Update… If It Existed
Video screenshot via Adobe Creative Cloud
Adobe’s recent bevy of tools have been made even more powerful with radical artificial intelligence upgrades, such as the now one-click selection tool and more realistic-looking ‘Content-Aware’ feature. This update isn’t one of them—but oh, you’ll wish it was.
Adobe Creative Cloud recently announced its 1 April “experimental” release for Illustrator CC that aims to satisfy hangry creatives. This is accomplished through the new ‘AiFood’, which uses artificial intelligence to convert food artworks into objects that can be ordered from nearby restaurants right in your canvas.
The program’s developers imagine that if you’re creating visuals of food, you’re bound to get hungry, so an in-app delivery tool to satisfy your cravings could seriously give your productivity level a boost.
Of course, the tool is too good to be true—but just think of how many designer-client ties it would have saved if it existed.
When you’re burning the midnight oil, you might get hit by late-night hunger pangs, and the feature might help you quell them.
You’ll also need some fuel for creativity. To ensure a pizza illustration looks as ravishing as possible, you’ll have to feel the pizza and taste the pizza.
Watch how the conceptual feature works below.