HP Sprout all-in-one desktop scans 3D objects for better learning
Your PC can mean your world and what you make of it is completely at your discretion. You can do so much with the world’s knowledge just a few keywords a-drift. Targeting the tech savvy section of young people who are keen on learning new ways to explore the possibilities with their computer, HP wants to bring the pearls of knowledge right onto your fingertips. HP Sprout all-in-one desktop for the creative lot out there has a 3D camera sitting right on top of the desktop screen which is capable of scanning real objects and create a rendered image on desktop to toggle around with.
The rendered designs can then be exported to Autodesk Meshmixer or Microsoft 3D Builder software for applications like 3D printing, CAD or creating mesh designs for gaming applications. That is going to be an interesting way to create new objects and learn CAD software.
Sprout PC comes with a Touch Mat that can be used as a keyboard and the capability to use 3D glasses with the 23.6-inch Zvr monitor extends the possibilities of virtual reality software or gaming applications.
Under the hood this Windows 10 PC is equipped with a 6th gen Intel Core i7 Skylake Processor, 8GB DDR4 RAM and Nvidia GeForce GT 945A graphics card. The all-in-one PC is priced at $2,199 USD and will ship in February 2016. The price tag is quite high but people with the specific requirements in design applications, schools and colleges are the primary targeted audience for this product.