Microsoft is among the biggest names when it comes to the world of software technology. The company has been around for quite a long while, and has brought forward a large number of innovations when it comes to making the PC truly a ‘Personal’ Computer. With the Windows 10 OS having come out, there are many changes which are happening in the way things work. The company is now innovating many aspects of the Windows OS as we know it to be, and a big change is now coming to the classic MS Paint app. Microsoft Paint 3D is the evolution of this classic app.
The company says that this is a part of their ‘vision for bringing 3D to everyone.’ This new Microsoft Paint 3D app would become a part of the Window 10 Creators Update, which would release for the 400 Million Windows 10 users next month. However, for those users who are eager to download this new and improved paint 3D app, we have got some good news:
You would not have to wait for a month to get your hands on this new and improved Microsoft Paint 3D app. Microsoft has made this app available on Microsoft Store. However, the users would have to be a part of the Windows Insider Build 14800 or above in order to download the app. In addition to that there is another restriction – locational: The new Microsoft Paint 3D Preview app will be available to Windows 10 users in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, and the US.
The users of the Microsoft Paint 3D app, who own a Windows 10 Mobile OS smartphone would be able to click interact the captured objects in 3D via a smartphone camera. The feature would soon come to the iOS and the Android users as well. “Take an object from the real world, capture it in 3D, edit it in Paint 3D, share it out to the web, bring it back into your world as a hologram or take it into a virtual world,” writes Megan Saunders, General Manager, Windows Experiences Group, in a blog post. (Interested users can download the app here)