Recently Google has launched new Tilt Brush App on the Oculus Store for $30 for the people who own the touch motion controllers. Similar to the HTC Viva, Tilt Brush will allow you to create 3D sculptures within the room-scale setting.
Also if you don’t have the room scaling option, Google also providing an option so that you can rotate your canvas space and work in a sitting position.
Tilt Brush has now officially joined Oculus Rift
Tilt Brush has now officially joined Oculus Medium and Quill apps which will now allow you to create your art space within the Oculus headset.Tilt Brush with Oculus Rift is one of the best option to explore how creative you are in your dreamscape.
Tilt Brush with Medium will allow you to create your digital block and you can fill it with your Tilt Brush provided paint brush. By playing a bit around with it, I realized that Google had put the perfect sense of experiment with Tilt Brush touch controllers.
One of the biggest difference between using Tilt Brush on HTC Vive and Oculus Rift is the change in the focal point of the touch controllers. As HTC’s hands appear like the paint brush while Touch controllers will make a perfect sense of painting with your fingers.
I just quickly jumped within the flow of drawing fire into the canvass or a bright line, by rotation of that space as well as adjusting the size and continuing my painting without having to get up or moving a bit from my sitting position.
Painting with the new touch controllers are an incredible experience, and people are happy with their stick fingers.