Windows 10 Paint 3D lets you create your own 3D images
The Windows 10 event from October 26 confirmed once again that Microsoft is a major innovator in the computer industry. The company offered Windows 10 fans a glimpse into the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update, scheduled for release in Q1 2017.
If we were to use only three words to describe the Windows 10 Creators Update, these words would be “3D power”. The upcoming Windows 10 version offers 3D support for a variety of apps, such as Paint and PowerPoint. As a result, in 2017 these two apps will metamorphose into Paint 3 and PowerPoint 3D.
Paint 3D is simple, intuitive and fun. You can also import all your Paint 3D creations to PowerPoint 3D to personalize your presentations.
If you’re one of the 100+ million people who use and love Paint every month, you already know how easy it is. The same simple ethos that has always characterized Paint runs through the all new Paint 3D experience – allowing anyone to quickly and easily create in a new dimension. Your brushes now work directly on 3D and even your favorite photos become stickers on 3D models.
With Paint 3D in Windows 10 you can create, view and share images in a whole new dimension. The tool also allows you to modify somebody else’s creations or turn 2D images into 3D images.
Paint 3D lets you share your creations with the Remix 3D community. Once you’ve added the finishing touches to your 3D creations, you can share your favorite images with the Remix 3D Preview community.
The video below shows you how easy it is to create 3D images in Paint 3D:
If you can’t wait until early 2017 to get your hands on these impressive features, you can join the Insider program and test Paint 3D. Windows 10 builds will incorporate Windows 10 Creators Update features starting from next week.
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