March 06, 2019
Here at Valtech we’ve had the privilege of working with clients looking to push the boundaries of technology in their industry. Lately their interest is moving toward leveraging Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR). This comes as no surprise – both have been gaining more traction in consumer electronics. Even so, the field is young. Creating in virtual spaces is becoming easier as new tools are released and existing ones improved, but that doesn’t mean it’s ready for the mainstream. In this post we’ll take a closer look at one workflow – taking creations from Google Tilt Brush and exporting them for others to see without specialized hardware like VR or AR goggles.
Step 1: Create
The first step is obvious – we need some artwork. Tilt Brush’s interface is extremely intuitive once you figure out a few of the nuances. With little to no VR experience, many of us were able to start creating the artwork that we had imagined. Here is an example of a Tiltbrush SketchFab export. painted as a concept for one of our most innovative clients, American Girl.