Google’s VR Art App is Open Source and Ready To Get Weird
Google’s Tilt Brush is capable of some pretty impressive results. But what if those 3D paintings and projects you made while strapped into virtual reality could escape into the real world? That’s the idea behind the open-source Tilt Brush Toolkit, available now on GitHub.
The engine runs on practically every platform and is favored by indie developers — especially those working within VR — because of how versatile it is. That it’s free for companies making under $100, 000 a year is hard to ignore as well. Hopefully it won’t take long for these animated 3D sketches to show up in more places.
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