Living in a multidimensional world, it was about time everyone can stop worrying about being ‘stuck’ into the two-dimensional world of computers. Microsoft has recently introduced its vision to give everyone access to the 3D world.
“With the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft introduced Paint 3D — your 3D art studio in Windows — and the online community Remix 3D, connecting creators and creations all over the world. Everyone is welcome to start creating and sharing in Paint 3D today by joining the Windows Insider Program at insider.windows.com,” according to a Windows 10 blog post.
Windows 10 Creators Update will enable anyone to capture, create, and share in 3D. Microsoft’s vision to bring 3D to the masses will not only inspire users to become more creative, but also communicate their ideas and thoughts better to others.
“3D can better communicate ideas and expression, it accelerates comprehension because it’s much more representative of the world in which we live. It provides a richer canvas on which we can paint, and a bridge to connect our physical and digital worlds,” according to Windows.com.
Windows new capability will be available and free to all Windows 10 users with the Windows 10 Creators Update- that is 400 million users worldwide. Windows 10 operating system released in 190 countries on July 29, 2015. All users of Windows 7 and 8.1 were able to upgrade to Windows 10 for free within the first year.
“With Windows 10, we start delivering on our vision of more personal computing, defined by trust in how we protect and respect your personal information, mobility of the experience across your devices, and natural interactions with your Windows devices, including speech, touch, ink, and holograms. We designed Windows 10 to run our broadest device family ever, including Windows PCs, Windows tablets, Windows phones, Windows for the Internet of Things, Microsoft Surface Hub, Xbox One and Microsoft HoloLens—all working together to empower you to do great things,” Microsoft's Executive Vice President of Operating Systems Terry Myerson wrote on a blog post.
On June 3 last year, Microsoft Corporate Vice President OEM Division Nick Parker discussed and showcased new Windows 10 devices during Computex 2015 at the Taipei International Convention Center. Parker talked about how Windows 10 partners can become more innovative and expand their business by selling available innovative Windows 8.1 devices. Furthermore he highlighted two new PC form factors: FoxConn Kangaroo and Quanta Compute plug.
If you want to get started with Windows 10 Creators Update and experience the 3D world, you can do so by joining the Windows Insider Program at insider.windows.com.
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