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Adobe Acquires Mettle's SKYBOX technology


Making VR more accessible to Creative Cloud subscribers
Adobe Acquires Mettle's SKYBOX technology
Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced it has acquired all SkyBox technology from Mettle, a global developer of best-in-class 360-degree and virtual reality software. The acquisition comes at a time when increasing numbers of creators, global brands and media and entertainment companies are embracing 360/VR and are looking for seamless, end-to-end workflows for this new, immersive medium. Read More

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