Tilt Brush is Google's 3D painting environment. So far, the part about it I really like is the way you can use a camera (photo, video or GIF camera) within the environment to save a moment. More play time with this will be needed.
I'm going to start writing about my explorations and curiosities around VR - the programs, games, and experience that I think are interesting and engaging.
On weekdays that I don't have something new to share, I'll default to the daily format (like today).
Following a tweet from Ben Kelly....
I had my first experience using a contemporary virtual reality setup last week. I had tried the cardboard style "insert your smartphone" things before and was not really that impressed by the experience after moving past the initial novelty. However, using the HTC Vive (which is on the same class of tools as the Oculus Rift), really got me thinking about VR. Not because I think VR can replace any human interactions or even be better. What's interesting to me is that it is immersive and it is different. I'm going to do some more playing around over the next few weeks. In the meantime, you can read
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