‘Tilt Brush’ Derivative Apps Come to PC VR & Quest Mere Hours After Google Open Sources – Road to VR
This 'Tilt Brush' Port Brings Google's VR Creation App to WebXR – Street to VR 9

Google stopped lively growth on Tilt Brush late final month, but in addition made the VR creation suite open supply so anybody may get below the hood. We’ve seen a variety of clones already, however that is the primary port we’ve seen that permits you to entry straight from a WebXR browser.

Dubbed Silk Brush by developer Daniel Adams of msub2, the app is a close to 1:1 port of the unique, replete with all default brushes, the flexibility to avoid wasting and cargo sketches, take snapshots, and even export to .glb.

To poke round in Silk Brush, merely open this web page on a WebXR-compatible browser and hit the ‘VR’ button. In the event you’re on Oculus Quest, merely use the default Oculus Browser in-headset. In the event you’re on a Home windows PC, you may fireplace up the included Chromium-based Edge browser which natively helps WebXR.

One neat function is the flexibility to obtain your sketches, fashions, and snapshots in your native storage. You are able to do this by heading to this web page and selecting which merchandise to straight obtain.

Granted, efficiency, even on the beefier Quest 2 continues to be a bit shaky, though it’s utterly playable. As predicted, it’s far more secure on a VR-ready PC, both performed by a devoted PC VR headset or Oculus Hyperlink.

On the lookout for extra Tilt Brush clones? Try our current piece on the primary wave of ports to return out following the app’s open-sourcing.

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