One of the most entertaining sessions during Adobe MAX is the annual sneak peek at technology that is still in the experimental stages. Many of these technologies will never make it into commercial products, but others may be just around the corner.
Adobe Illustrator Principal Product Manager Anubhav Rohatgi trotted out a Surface Pro 3 for his demonstration of the Shaper Tool, a technology we hope makes its way to market very soon. The interface being demonstrated is the new Touch Workspace just released in the Adobe Illustrator CC 2014 for Windows October update.
Although it wasn't Surface Pro 3 specific, another sneak that the crowd also loved was Project Para, an open source tool developed by the presenter, an MIT student and Adobe intern. You can play with the software here: paradrawing.com.