Google Ends the Development of its Virtual Reality Painting App - The Tilt Brush

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Tilt brush is going to join the list of apps that were taken down by google recently. A few weeks before, Google announced that it is planning to end the development of Tilt brush, its own virtual reality painting app. By using the app, one can make cool sculptures and sketches. This application is now open-sourced on GitHub for everyone to learn about how it was made. Now that the Tilt brush access code is available at the reach, there are prime opportunities for developers to learn and enrich their skills.

Another sad news of the year is the Tilt brush will not have any upgraded versions anymore. But the existing version is available in almost all digital stores. Google has documented all the processes that go into making Tilt brush and will be available to everyone now.

Since 2015 the app has been in use accompanied by frequent updates, and millennials and tictockers missing the Tilt brush is a sure thing.

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