For some time now Virtual Reality is a big topic inside the tech scene and also gets more and more attention in the life of „common society“. Step by step every kind of branch is recognizing the big potential of this technology and how it could be useful in their field, even in education and training, as well as medicine or psychological research. In my opinion, the biggest effect can be identified inside the creative sector. It even doesn’t completely change the way we’ re watching (or rather experiencing) films and play games, Virtual Reality opens us new worlds of being creative and lets us create art in dimensions, we weren’t able to use yet.
Tilt Brush is a 3D painting tool – your room is your canvas and your painting devices are your own creations. You are able to live out your creative imaginations in three dimensions and construct your own world by endless possibilities.
But you can not only build up your art work –or better art world-, you can also
them in a new way. In practice, you can walk inside your own sculptures and study them from every perspective and distance.
It is certain that Tilt Brush or further VR painting tools have the potential to revolutionize the human’s way of beeing creative and create or explore arts. However, the people have to be aware of the danger, too. I mean, you can be god in your own world, you can create and change it as you like, by endless possibilities. You can plunge into your own virtual reality, that seems more attractive to you than real reality, and loose yourself into it whenever and wherever you like...
In general, I am very excited of the further development in creative VR constructions and curious about experiencing Tilt Brush for the first time. It might be a crazy, as well as awesome tool...
But I am interested,
Does anybody heard something of similar tools?
Will technologies like this oust our traditional ways of drawing with pen and paper?
And do you think humans first have to learn how to transfer their drawing ideas and movements into three dimensional canvas?
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