In the early days of VR, Tilt Brush was widely regarded as a premier application that helped sell the platform’s immersiveness. Google acquired the painting app in 2015 amid their big, multi-pronged push into the space. Tilt Brush is no longer being actively developed, and Google announced today that it’s now open sourced.
Tilt Brush Stories January 26
Tilt Brush Stories April 1, 2020
Humble Bundle offers Google’s VR Tilt Brush and tons of games you’ve actually heard of for $30
Like it or not, the best thing we can all do as a society is stay at home for the foreseeable future. Thankfully, here in the 21st century, there’s limitless ways to keep entertained from the comfort of your own home, like video games. To help you stave off boredom and donate to fighting the coronavirus, the latest Humble Bundle offers over 40 fantastic PC games, including Google’s own VR art game Tilt Brush, for just $30.
Tilt Brush Stories April 17, 2019
Tilt Brush Stories October 29, 2018
Google drawing your Halloween costumes in virtual reality with Tilt Brush
Google-acquired Tilt Brush is of the coolest contest creation tools for virtual reality headsets like the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift. For Halloween, Google is showcasing it by offering to draw various costumes in 3D.
Tilt Brush Stories June 26, 2018
Google’s Tilt Brush version 16 includes new brushes, beginner mode, more
Since launching over two years ago, Google’s Tilt Brush has received numerous updates to make the tool more feature-rich and easier to use. With version 16, Tilt brush is getting seven new features that will make the VR art app more useful for both new and experienced users.
Tilt Brush Stories June 21, 2017
While Cannes is more well-known for its film festival, there is also a subsequent event focused on advertising and communications. At the 2017 Cannes Lions, the invasive and quickly shut down Burger King clip that hijacked “Ok, Google” won a top ad award, while Tilt Brush and Google Earth VR also grabbed honors.