Google has updated its innovative tool that lets you paint and sculpt in virtual reality by adding another, groundbreaking dimension: sound.
The updated Tilt Brush now features audio reactive brushes that allow the structures in VR to visually react to audio or music being played working in VR environments.
A video of the feature, called Audio Reactive Mode, shows the lines and structures built by the user pulsating in real time in rhythm with the music. Once Audio Reactive Mode is activated, Tilt Brush will begin receiving audio from any source, including your computer.
From newly interactive virtual sculpting and painting to even virtual EDM parties, the dynamic offers a wide range of new possibilities for Tilt Brush users that make VR even more immersive by bringing life to the sense of sound in VR.