The November 2020 release of Aero desktop has the following new feature:
Directable characters, like any other interactive content, can be triggered through Aero’s behavior system.
Keep focusing on the art of your project, and let Adobe’s AI engine, Sensei, do the heavy lifting and handle the complexity of virtual character animation.
For more details, see Create animations using Directable characters.
The October 2020 release has Adobe Aero for desktop. Aero desktop gives you the precision and control for placement of scene objects 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. Aero desktop comes with the same collection of starter assets that can be found in Aero mobile.
The best way to work on projects between Aero desktop and Aero mobile (iOS) is to do your heavy scene placement, alignment, and complex behavior sequences on desktop and then let your project sync to your Cloud Documents before closing Aero desktop. To view your project on Aero mobile (iOS), find your same project in the Home tab and open it up to scan and place in the real world.
With this first public beta release of Aero desktop, the feature set is similar to what can be done on Aero mobile (iOS), the main difference being that there is no world-facing camera on most desktop hardware. So, editing on Aero desktop is done without viewing content directly in AR. The ability to publish an Aero project to a QR code or Behance and custom animate the path of an object are features currently available only on Aero mobile (iOS).
To know more about how to use Aero desktop features, see Aero desktop in the User Guide.