Microsoft Paint has been revitalized on Windows 10 with new features, including 3D sketching and painting. The upgraded Paint app’s support for 3D objects is said to be a preliminary step for HoloLens, which will be fine-tuned to draw effectively in programs that use three-dimensional sketches.
The new Microsoft Pain also gets a variety of markers and art tools to aid people with their creative work. An easy-to-paint tool lets users directly paint on 3D objects. The Windows 10 update for the Paint program is the biggest since the application first ever came into being with Windows 1.0 in November 1985.
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While 3D painting is a new vision, all the other tools have also been improved for touch-friendly sketching. The improved interface allows you to play around both 2D and 3D objects at the same time. Images, 2D stickers, and community tools for 3D content also come as an accessory bonus.
The Verge reminded that a previous leak on Microsoft Paint development had clued that Windows 10 has something new for it in the making, but the video demonstration of the app suggests far better enhancements. The MS Paint app is going currently through “alpha” testing and expected to be released very soon.