Aero was first previewed at Apple’s WWDC last year, where Adobe announced it was partnering with Apple and Pixar to create a new unified file format, called USDZ, that would work across iOS. The file format lets users send previews of their Aero projects to their friends over iMessage, and they’ll automatically play on iPhones without the other user having to download anything.
Adobe Aero represents the company’s ambitions to move into the AR and mixed reality space, and encourage more designers to create immersive content by making use of the Creative Cloud apps they’re already familiar with. For more details, check out Adobe’s announcement blog post here.
Source: The Verge