Google's Tilt Brush: Generates 3D Image That Appears To Paint The Space All Around You

First Posted: May 14, 2016 07:25 AM EDT

Artists could paint in a unique and amazing way through the use of tilt brush, which is launched by Google. The tilt brush can create life-size virtual reality artworks and immersive image---a three-dimensional object that seems to surround you.

With the use of tilt brush, the artist can use the space that surrounds him as his canvass. He can paint utilizing a console and a VR device to see his surroundings. The console is also termed as the "digital brush," which enables the artist to paint the image. It is attached to the HTC virtual reality headset. Once it is connected, you can start creating your masterpiece that could be larger as a room. The creations are endless.

The tilt brush needs system requirements such as the operating system with Windows 8.1 or later, Windows 7 SP 1 or Windows 10. The processor is CPU: Intel i5-4590, AMD FX 8350 equivalent or better with 4 GB RAM memory. The graphics include NVidia GeForce G7X970, AMD Radeon R9 290 equivalent or better. It has 1 GB available space.

Drew Skillman, the Tilt Brush develop said that tilt brush, at its core, is a virtual reality painting application. He explained that it develops something anyone can use, intuitively for artists, kids and absolutely anyone.

"Within the first 30 or 45 seconds, anyone can start VR painting and make marks in space all around them. It allows everyone to see how powerful VR is and how transformative it will be."

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