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Microsoft has shared its aspiration to empower a new wave of creativity, with the Windows 10 creators update and the introduction of Surface Studio—and the new Surface Dial. With windows 10, it aims to innovate this next generation of computing: enabling 3D creativity; mixed reality; and esports and game broadcasting for everyone.
At the core, Microsoft believes each of us are creators. It is influenced by creators who use technology to build a better world for each of us, who build communities with technology, and who develop revolutionary new ways to educate all types of students. It wants to help you make your mark on the world and for windows to be the place you enjoy creating and playing.
From the beginning, the Surface journey has been about empowering people to work and create in new ways. It led to creating the first tablet that could truly replace the laptop with Surface Pro. it believes there is a special alchemy when a device and software pair perfectly to create something new–a profound experience that can create an entirely new category.
Surface Studio is a new class of device that transforms from a desktop PC into a powerful digital canvas, unlocking a more natural and immersive way to create on the thinnest display ever built. With a 4.5k ultra HD screen, Surface Studio delivers 63% more pixels than a state-of-the-art 4K TV. It can beautifully with Pen, Touch, and the new Surface Dial.
Surface Dial is a new input device designed for the creative process, enabling creatives to work with both hands. It integrates with windows 10 to work with any surface device for a faster and more intuitive way to scroll; zoom; and navigate. It also enables a set of unique experiences exclusive to surface studio, such as app-specific digital tools that can allow users to quickly access shortcuts and move seamlessly through their workflow.
With more than 100 million monthly users, Paint is one of the most popular creation tools today, and with Paint 3D, anyone can now create and build 3D objects. Microsoft has also unveiled Remix 3D, a online community to connect creators and creations around the world and bring 3D content to the masses. Trimble’s 3D modeling program Sketchup–and their millions of creators and creations from 3D warehouse will be part of remix3d.com. Office will also be adding native support for 3D content next year.