Virtual reality is on everybody's mind. Every tech and tech hardware company around the globe seems to be working in one way or another on their own headsets and apps and while not too many use cases exist yet, we all know this market is about to explode. Today we make one next step towards that happening. Google presents its incredible Tilt Brush app.

The new app is set to revolutionize the definition of painting. With the swipe of a digital brush users wearing a connected HTC Vive headset can paint life-sized, three-dimensional strokes. You can draw anything you want, even the impossible, including materials such as fire, snow and stars. How the app will be used, remains to be seen, but we can certainly see a few interesting use cases for the fashion industry. Being able to paint with textured fabrics and also to scale, can be a huge advantage over pen and paper.

See for yourself the Google Tilt Brush demo here above and find out more here.

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