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Virtual Art Sessions- drawing in three-dimensional space from Google

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The developers at Google have launched an art project with the help of which they demonstrated a technology for drawing in three-dimensional space called Tilt Brush.
On the website page Virtual Art Sessions you can watch in real time the process of creating three-dimensional paintings in virtual reality. Six professional artists took part in the Google project: illustrator Christoph Niemann, fashion illustrator Katie Rodgers, sculptor Andrea Blasich, installation artist Seung Yul Oh, car designer Harald Belker and street art duo Sheryo Yok.
Virtual Art Sessions- drawing in three-dimensional space from Google
The artists created their three-dimensional paintings using HTC Vive virtual reality glasses, a VR helmet, and Google’s recent development, Tilt Brush. Using the motion controllers included with this app’s headset, users can draw in three-dimensional space. They have a wide palette of colors, textures and brushes at their disposal. The Tilt Brush has a wide range of tools, so you can create fantastic pictures, as demonstrated by the guest artists. Besides, you can look at the finished work from all sides.
The Virtual Art Sessions project allows you to look at the painting process from the artist’s side, so to speak, from the inside. The user watches a 360-degree video in which it is possible to change the angle of view, turn the picture, looking at it from all sides, and even "stand in" the place of its creator.
Virtual Art Sessions- drawing in three-dimensional space from Google
Creating a video required the developers to visualize an unusually large amount of data on a web page. This was accomplished with JavaScript V8, while maintaining a good loading speed of the video.
Virtual Art Sessions- drawing in three-dimensional space from Google
Virtual Art Sessions is included in the Chrome Experiment which was created to publish experimental interactive applications running in Chrome. Over the course of the project, more than a thousand technically unusual websites have been launched. Chrome Experiment is interesting not only for developers, but also for ordinary users. The site features 1, 000 spectacular 3D visualizations that you can spend hours studying and examining. You only need a Chrome browser to run it.
For those interested in looking at source code The developers have made it publicly available (not for commercial use of course).

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