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People have an issue with visible expression, from the earliest cave drawings to classical artwork to crayon scribbles. Nowadays, digital artwork has spurred new possibilities for creativity, going nicely beyond precise antique pencils and paper. It is against this canvas that we carry you Tilt Brush—a new virtual reality (VR) app that lets you paint from a completely new perspective, available these days on the HTC Vive E-Live Net.

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With Tilt Brush, you may paint in a 3-dimensional area. Pick your colors and brushes and get going with a wave of your hand. Your room is a clean slate. You could step around, in, and through your drawings, as you go. And, because it’s in virtual fact, you could even pick to apply in any other case-impossible materials like hearth, stars, or snowflakes.  One of the fine parts about any new medium is just seeing what is possible.

So, we added Tilt Brush to The Lab at Google Cultural Institute, a space in Paris that conveys tech and creative communities collectively to find new approaches to enjoy the artwork. Considering that, artists from around the arena and from every discipline have discovered their fashion in VR for the first time. We have already visible a few terrific pieces from expert animators, painters, and street artists. However, even informal doodlers can begin painting in seconds. To get stimulated, look at our #TiltBrush on Twitter for even greater art created with Tilt Brush.

Pamela W. Holloway

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