Microsoft debuted a raft of 3D applications at their New York event today, including Paint 3D and an app that allows you to scan real world objects from a smartphone camera.
To catalog these creations, Microsoft has put together a website called Remix3D.com, that not only allows you to show off your 3D models, but also export them to a 3D printer to bring them into the physical world.
As of writing, the website is only available to Microsoft Accounts in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand.
Remix3D catalogs 3D creations in a Pinterest-style grid, allowing users to share video embeds of the objects directly to Facebook and other social networks. We were able to create the following Microsoft keyring using the 3D Builder app currently offered in Windows 10 if you want to try it out.
Interestingly, users will also be able to export Minecraft creations directly from the game into the website for sharing and printing. Remix3D will also be able to pull content straight from Microsoft Edge on HoloLens into augmented reality.
Microsoft is pushing 3D in a big way, and HoloLens is undoubtedly the reason. Stay tuned for more.
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