Autodesk goes full-on Microsoft with HoloLens and 3D printing pact

Microsoft’s Build 2015 developer conference may be all about code, but that doesn’t preclude significant deals as well. Autodesk, a power player in the graphic art and design sector, has teamed up with Microsoft to embed its Spark 3D platform into Windows 10. The graphics company also says its 3D models will be compatible with Microsoft’s HoloLens augmented reality device, now under development. The announcements are separate but related. The Spark initiative gives Windows users access to reliable, optimized and streamlined 3D printing processes designed to augment additive manufacturing process related to software, material and printers. Spark APIs will be available for free to Microsoft developers. In…

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