Microsoft releases Lumia Imaging SDK 3.0 with support for the Universal Windows Platform

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Ahead of the official release of Windows 10 Mobile, Microsoft today released Lumia Imaging SDK 3.0 with support for the Universal Windows Platform. For those who aren’t familiar with Lumia Imaging SDK, it’s a software development kit which Microsoft uses to develop some of the camera apps for Windows Phone (as well as other devices).

With the latest update for Lumia Imaging SDK, Microsoft is adding support for GPU-based image processing through Direct2D. GPU-based image processing through Direct2D will significantly improve the performance of apps built using the Imaging SDK.

If you are a Windows developer and want to start playing with the latest update for the Lumia Imaging SDK, you can find other technical details about the latest update here and you can grab the latest SDK from here.

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