Google’s new app Tilt Brush is getting improved with a new set of functions. This new tool allows its users to paint in virtual reality, transforming the VR app into an interactive art tool. These sets of features will allow the app to use its multiplayer mode. Google makes this opportunity available with multiplayer, permitting its several clients to interact and modify art together.
The new Tilt Brush is a three-dimensional tool which allows you to create amazing art, especially if you assemble a great team to help you experience gamifying creations. To customize this app, developers have given their users a chance to modify their avatars, triggering their creative side by developing artistic and animated characters.
The representatives from Google thought of another way of improving the creative process, through the use of a mannequin that will move exactly how the user tells it to. The new feature will come in handy for those who work in the fashion industry, because by using HTC Vive you get to play the role of an artist.
Experts had made available a totally different feature from the VR style which will help its fans create a model and then let them preview the animation of that mannequin. Isn’t this revolutionary for the gaming world? This process implemented by Google does not allow you to develop elaborate animations, but it could be considered the first step in creating animated mannequins.
The most amazing part of Tilt Brush’s demo is the Portal Brush. This tool provides the chance of erasing anything you want from VR and just peek at the reality that surrounds you. Working on this task in multiplayer mode could go hand in hand with socializing. You will need to interact with your team’s members, asking them for directions or making suggestions from beyond the VR context.
The developers of Tilt Brush haven’t revealed any date for when these updates will be implemented. However, they hope that they managed to trigger VR fans’ curiosity even more. If there is someone really passionate about virtual reality and HTC Vive, then he or she will be eager to try this app with their new features attached.
If you never used these apps before, will you still be triggered by the chance of exploring your creativity? Did Google’s developers convince you?
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