Microsoft announces 3D support in Microsoft Edge and PowerPoint


At its Windows 10 Event today, Microsoft announced the support for 3D content in Microsoft Edge browser and PowerPoint. First, Microsoft demoed that 3D objects can be placed in PowerPoint slides and you can also have the ability to zoom in on specific parts of a 3D object if needed. Second, Microsoft demoed that Edge now supports 3D content. They used a HoloLens to browse for 3D content on Edge. You can not only view a 3D object, you can also place that 3D object in real-world with the power of HoloLens. The updated Edge and PowerPoint apps will be coming in 2017.

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