This Artificial Reality App By @ClipDropApp Brings Life To Your 2021 Mood-Boards

(Press Play For Audio Article)
Getting your Trinity Audio player ready...

Making your 2021 mood board just became a lot easier with the ClipDrop app artificial reality user interface.

ClipDrop is the latest artificial reality app to make headlines. Using the copy and paste concept, it captures images from your environment and turns it into a virtual space. The app works by connecting objects with new artificial reality spaces located on your laptop. In some cases, adobe photoshop. The twist on artificial reality has arrived on the concept of bringing the physical world around you into a digital space. It’s a reverse plot from projecting digital images onto the world surrounding you like Mario Go.

A couple of demos of the beta app shows it being able to photograph and import various household items like plants to TVs into a laptop document. Including Google Docs, PowerPoint, Figma, Canva, and Pitch the app is available for a subscription of $39.99 for a year. The app is available for iOS, Android, and Windows users. 

On Topic:   #Teejay 'I Am Chippy' Debut Release Bumps #BobMarley For #iTunes #1 Spot

Making mood boards is the art of making these different visual elements fit together to create a new whole. Using ClipDrop to input visual elements like objects and text included in the mood board to create a new direction to guide future design efforts.

[bctt tweet=”Making your 2021 mood board just became a lot easier with the #ClipDrop app artificial reality user interface.” username=”@ClipDropApp”]
Image courtesy of Clipdrop
Featured Interview