Microsoft is planning to bring a View Mixed Reality feature to Windows 10 later this year.
It’s designed to let Windows 10 users augment 3D objects, created in 3D Paint, into the real world by using any laptop with a webcam.
During a demonstration at Microsoft’s New York City event this morning, the company showed off how objects can be displayed on a tablet using augmented reality.
We’ve seen this type of technology in many different forms, but this will be built directly into Windows 10.
The content created in 3D Paint can also be used on Microsoft’s Windows Mixed Reality devices, which are arriving later this year in time for the Christmas season.