For the past couple of years, Microsoft has been doing a lot of show and tell around the promises of holographic computing.
But what will bringing Windows Holographic/3D experiences to the PC do for people who want to do more than just examine holograms from behind their augmented reality/virtual reality headsets?
Think about it. The coming 3D version of Paint could provide a simple a way to create and modify 3D objects, the same way the existing version of Paint allows users to create 2D objects. If consumers could use a 3D printer to print a 3D-created Paint object, voila! Now 3D Windows lets you get more creative and productive.
This story originally posted as ” Inside Microsoft’s plan to make Windows the center of the 3D universe ” on ZDNet.

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