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[[Facebook]] announced in September an in home set top device to bring video chat and streaming into your living from, and to make sure they're in the game dominated by [[Amazon]] and [[Google]] to get a piece of your smart home, with Portal TVThe device, with a camera and microphones, allows users to make video calls from their televisions over [[WhatsApp]] and Facebook Messenger, as well as streaming video from Amazon Prime Video, Facebook Watch, Showtime, Starz, and others. It will cost $149.
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[[Adobe]] expands its role in 3D and AR design with Adobe Aero. Hoping to help creatives produce more detailed and interactive projects, Adobe's new tools are aimed at those who work within gaming, entertainment, and architecture, to give creative control back to the artists who use themAero is a tool that allows designers to build and share immersive experience in alternative and mixed-realities — without needing to know how to code. Tap, drag, and drop to place objects in a scene, create animation paths, and add triggers that allow viewers can interact with projects. Users can import assets from Creative Cloud, including Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Stock's 3D collection.
 
 
Interestingly and maybe most compelling, once connected, you can watch shows with others elsewhere, on Facebook Watch, or play augmented reality games.
 

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Adobe expands its role in 3D and AR design with Adobe Aero. Hoping to help creatives produce more detailed and interactive projects, Adobe's new tools are aimed at those who work within gaming, entertainment, and architecture, to give creative control back to the artists who use them. Aero is a tool that allows designers to build and share immersive experience in alternative and mixed-realities — without needing to know how to code. Tap, drag, and drop to place objects in a scene, create animation paths, and add triggers that allow viewers can interact with projects. Users can import assets from Creative Cloud, including Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Stock's 3D collection.