Tilt Brush during the early days of virtual reality was considered as a top application that helped sell the system’s immersiveness. Google in 2015 acquired Tilt Brush. The painting app has not been developed actively, and recently Google has stated it will be now open-sourced.
Tilt Brush was released on the SteamVR platform in April 2016. The app helped users to develop their artwork on the main virtual reality platform, like Windows Mixed Reality, Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR, Valve Index, and Oculus Quest VR headsets.
Google is now open-sourcing Tilt Brush to enable anyone interested to learn how the project was built.
Tilt Brush is now available on GitHub and is available to modify, distribute, and use under the Apache 2.0 License. But, Google will not take pull requests.
The company, as of now, has not removed the version of Tilt Brush that is available in online stores, which are paid purchases and available for $19.99.
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