Windows 10 will natively support Augmented Reality
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Windows 10 will support AR

HoloLens ( Windows 10)

Windows 10 will support AR

Microsoft is preparing to offer a tool called “Mixed Reality Viewer” in Windows 10. The announcement of this feature was made at Microsoft’s official Windows 10 S event. Thanks to the software giant’s new feature, 3D objects created with 3D Paint will be displayed in real-world unified form with the help of a laptop or tablet equipped with a webcam.



Microsoft exhibited the enhanced reality viewer with the help of a tablet, which the US has organized in New York City. Now, it is possible to say that Microsoft Windows 10 is more talented in terms of augmented reality



These kinds of technologies have already been seen in other forms. This time, however, the feature will be introduced directly into the operating system. Objects created with 3D Paint will also be displayed on Mixed Reality devices, which Microsoft will market at year’s end. Giving great importance to Augmented reality, Microsoft took a step forward with Mixed Reality devices on its journey with HoloLens. The new viewer increases the capabilities of the software giant’s enhanced reality technology and makes it possible for technology to reach more people.



Microsoft announced the new Surface Laptop


Microsoft has added a new addition to its Surface branded devices. The first screenshots were recently released, and the Surface Laptop has become official in the training event the company has organized in New York. The 13.5-inch model introduced by Panos Panay on stage will meet users with the company’s new operating system, Windows 10 S. Click here to read the article.



Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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