Almost a year ago, Microsoft released “Paint 3D” as part of its 3D content in the Windows 10 Creator Update. Although the application received an update last month, improvements were made to the Magic Selection tool and the addition of line and curve tools, the mobile device’s Paint 3D application was still not updated. Now, Microsoft has updated some new features for the Remix 3D site.
The first is a new feature called “Remixes” that allows people to quickly find derivative works based on the selected 3D project. This feature exists as a new tag under the 3D viewer, you can view the project library, or start your own mix in the Paint 3D application.
Another major feature created by Teads is called “parts” whose names may allow you to view the various objects that make up the 3D project. If they are looking to import a specific object, you can save designers time without having to allocate a complete project for one or both of the components needed to complete.
These new features may allow some content creators to care about copyright issues, but Remix 3D retains download information and copyright information and publishes information about each part of the site and the mix. At present, the iconic Campbell soup canned to the Pokemon and many other creators have shared many creations in this community, and everyone is eager to participate in the community.