About Adobe Research
Sonic Scape: Visualizing Sound for 360 Video
Sonic Scape helps 360 video editors “see” ambisonic sounds in a video using color particles, enabling a unique style of visual editing of the sound’s origin in space and time.
Puppetron: Your Face as a Stylized Work of Art
If you’ve ever wondered what you might look like as a painting by a famous artist, Puppetron has the answer.
Researcher Spotlight: Jingwan (Cynthia) Lu
Jingwan (Cynthia) Lu, research scientist, is on a quest to develop sophisticated machine-learning-powered tools for creatives.
A Papier-Mâché Approach to Learning 3D Surface Generation
Computers have made significant progress in understanding what is depicted in images.
The Dataset that Made the Cover
Qingnan Zhou, a research engineer at Adobe Research, and a collaborator created a huge poster-style, full-color image showing the objects from their 3D dataset.
An AI that Sees the Future
Predicting movement or objects in the next frames of a video feed could potentially save lives or simply increase accuracy across many tasks.
Leveraging Deep Learning to Fix Images
Deep Fill makes editing a photo easier using a form of deep learning known as Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) to train an innovative system.
Whose Likes Matter Most? Ask this Learning Algorithm
Now, new work from Adobe Research offers a promising means to empower computers to find online influencers on their own—using sophisticated methods in machine learning.
Search for Great Moments in Videos with Natural Language
We all have long, mostly dull home videos in our memory cards that contain just a few great moments.
Copyright © 2019 Adobe. All rights reserved.
Learn & Support