Microsoft Paint just got a new coat of cool with 3D toolsLeaked videos show new 3D features in the ancient Paint default program. They're likely to be unveiled at Microsoft's event later this month.
Microsoft Paint is getting a fresh new coat of cool with tools to create 3D objects. Video demonstrations for this new paint app has been leaked and published on Twitter and YouTube but the app has not been officially announced yet by Microsoft. In the video you see the new 3D drawing tools and how the app let's you share the designs with the community of artists. It appears the app is only available right now by invitation to some testers. But you can bet that we will hear about it at Microsoft's upcoming Windows 10 news event on Oct. 26. Rumor has it that Microsoft plans to unveil an all-in-one surface PC and maybe even a surface keyboard and mount. Giving the classic pink program a boost would also be used as a way to Sell Windows 10 and Surface touch screen computers to artists and other creative types. The demo seems pretty neat. After more than 30 years, looks like Microsoft made a way to make paint cool again. And who knows, maybe Microsoft has a way to fold this into its mixed reality hollow lens headset. I'm Bridgette Carrie, you can keep up with the hottest tech news at cnet.com/update. [MUSIC]