Adobe Aero is the most intuitive way to build, view and share robust immersive storytelling experiences in mobile AR. Available on iOS and as a public beta for desktop on macOS and Windows.
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Adobe Aero is the only all-in-one augmented reality (AR) authoring and viewing platform that makes it easier for designers and developers to design, collaborate and publish interactive immersive experiences in the real world.
Adobe Aero is free, though you will need to create a log in ID.
Yes, you can make AR experiences that are viewable through mobile devices.
Yes, Adobe Aero is free, though you will need to create a log in.
Yes, the Aero mobile app (iOS) and the desktop beta app (macOS and Windows) have similar capabilities in terms of feature functionality. The mobile app makes it possible to create AR in AR with the added contextural view of the front-facing camera.
Aero for desktop does not enable a real-time view of AR in AR because there is no front-facing camera on most desktop hardware. The desktop app does give you greater control for placement and adding complex sequences of interactivity to objects in your scene. The desktop environment also provides direct access to content being prepped on other desktop applications.
Viewers do not need to install an app. Viewers on recent iOS devices can view content in the Aero app clip without needing to install an app first.
Viewers who launch (or “invoke”) the app clip using one of the supported invocations are presented with an app clip card on their screen and can proceed to open the experience in the Aero app clip.
You can share AR experiences you create using Aero with stakeholders and reviewers using one or more of the following options:
- Quick link (including QR code)
- Image or video