What Sorcery Is This?: Google's Virtual Reality Paintbrush

May 4, 2016


This is a video demonstration of Google's Tilt Brush, a brush that allows you to paint in virtual reality with 3-D brushstrokes so you can create things with DIMENSION. I like dimensions. My favorite dimension is Dimension X where Krang came from. I feel like he and I would really get along and I'd even let him ride on my shoulder when his android body was in for repairs as long as he didn't leave a brain slime stain on my t-shirt. So yeah, Google's virtual reality paintbrush. It's kind of amazing. But how can the porn industry use this?

Hit the jump for the video, then draw an air penis with your finger and get a coworker to try to guess what it is.

  • Dani

    What a great time to be alive!

  • shashi

    needs more falling over the the coffee table and banging your head on the rustic upcycled metal desk

  • I always upvote pug profile pics

  • joevsyou

    well vive does have a camera on the outside to detect objects and put up a grid wall inside of the game for you to know there is a object there

  • shashi

    you can prove anything with facts

  • I totally read that as Tit Brush.

  • Zirthran

    Yeah, reality is too painfull, embrace the first Matrix!

  • TheQiwiMan

    Our generation gets these fun VR toys.

    Our kids' generation will get to see these cool VR things everywhere without having to wear a big clunky headset.

    Our kids' kids' generation will be able to make these things a physical reality with powerful 3D printing that they can take anywhere.

  • Hazakabammer

    Your timeline is hilariously wrong. We will see all of this in our lifetime. https://youtu.be/8CSNmrunCnA

  • Wonfis

    Well, you'll probably also see your kids' kids in your lifetime, so... you're both right.

  • Ollie Williams

    In our defense, we did see the birth of the Internet on a massive scale, which is pretty cool.

  • MustacheHam

    Also we get to play with these "toys" first. >:3

  • MustacheHam

    This is amazing! 8D

  • No, I think it's just 3D.

  • Frédéric Purenne

    No, it's eight dee-. 8====D

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