If you’ve ever been inspired to try out 3D modeling after enjoying computer-generated imagery in video games and movies, chances are you’ve checked out an paid applications like 3ds Max (previously called 3D Studio Max), or even free ones like Blender, then just went “No Way! It’s way too complicated.”

Well, Microsoft is addressing this issue in an effort to bring Windows Holographic to the forefront of the new wave of reality technologies so that anyone can start modeling without extensive learning.

3D modeling software has been around for decades, and I personally started on Autodesk 3D… more


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