Microsoft’s Doodle Pen lets you sketch with pen and turn images into 3D
Microsoft announced a lot of interesting features that will come to Windows 10 with the Creators Update. The most notable additions are various 3D options, as well as simplified communication features for Windows 10.
Besides ‘the main stars’, Microsoft also showcased some other features, that certainly deserve a mention. One of these features is the Doodle Pen integration with Paint 3D. You’ll be able to create various 3D objects using these tools.
Of course, you can draw directly in 3D, but what if you don’t have such skills? Well, Microsoft got you covered, by introducing the ability to turn sketches into 3D creations. All you need to do is to simply draw something with your pen, and Paint will automatically turn it into a 3D object.
As you might already know, the Creators Update will bring even more 3D features to Windows 10 next spring. You’ll be able to mix real-life photos and 3D objects, use 3D in Microsoft Office, Edge, and more. And of course, you’ll be able to share every single creation with your friends online.
The Creators update is scheduled for spring 2017, when Microsoft will make the third major update for Windows 10 available to all users. Until then, we expect the company to gradually release new features to Windows Insiders of Windows 10 Insider program in the coming weeks and moths. So, if you want to dive in 3D creation before others, sign up for Windows 10 Insider Program.
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