View 3D

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View 3D
A component of Microsoft Windows
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View 3D in Windows 10
Details
Type Photo Viewer
Included with Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, Surface Hub[1]
Related components
3D Builder, Paint 3D, Photos

View 3D was a minimalist 3D object viewer that was first included in Windows 10’s Creators Update and was replaced by Mixed Reality Viewer in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. It supported the .fbx, .3mf, .obj, and .stl file formats. Unlike Photos, which allows users to view an entire gallery at once and to open individual photos in new windows, View 3D only supported a single window and only shows one 3D file at a time in the window. Opening a new object closed the current object.[2]

The file is automatically spun latitudinally when it is first opened, and it can be manually spun in all directions. The background is shaded in gray in a manner that emulates a light source.

Inside the View 3D window, a file can be posted to Microsoft’s Remix3D.com, opened in Paint 3D, and 3D printed with 3D Builder.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Windows View 3D". Windows Store. Microsoft Corporation. 
  2. ^ WinSuperSite App Tour: View 3D for Windows 10 Redstone 2 (Creators Update). by Richard Hay. Published: Dec 9, 2016. Retrieved: 25 July 2017.
  3. ^ All About Windows Phone.How to: use View 3D in Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update. Published by Steve Litchfield at 16:18 UTC, May 10th 2017. Retrieved: 25 July 2017.
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